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    Opportunity: Senior Research Investigator -- Bioinformatics Software Developer -- Genomics Data (#1402490) @ Bristol Myers Squibb -- Trenton, NJ (US)
    Submitted by Jody Aikawa; posted on Friday, October 03, 2014


    The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual able to collaborate with a team of Ph.D. Bioinformatics software developer scientists whose primary roles are hands-on data integration of genomics data, analysis and visualization of diverse biological and chemical data sets. The main role of the candidate is to develop novel dynamic user interfaces to create a cohesive framework to analyze and integrate genomics data. The candidate should have sufficient knowledge of open source and commercial packages to recognize when existing software solutions are relevant.


    • The candidate must have at least either a M.Sc and 3 year of experience or a Ph. D and one year of experience in the fields of Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Computational Biology, Bioinformatics or related disciplines.
    • Functional fluency in at least one programming language (Perl, Java, C++) is required, and knowledge of additional languages is desirable.
    • The candidate must be able to develop novel software to address problems defined by their research collaborators.
    • Additionally, the ability to independently identify problems or new opportunities is required.
    • Prior experience in industry or academia is required.
    • Excellent communication and collaboration skills are a must.
    • The candidate must be comfortable working in a Linux environment; more extensive experience in high-performance *nix systems would be desirable. Primary authorship of published open source code is highly desirable.
    • Prior work in data integration, graph theory, semantic systems and/or published research on pharmaceutical disease areas is also desirable.
    • While not required, prior non-trivial work with BioPerl would be an advantage. Familiarity with statistical methods is desired.


    Trenton, NJ


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