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    Opportunity: Bioinformatician/Statistician (E3) @ Applied Materials -- Santa Clara, CA (US)
    Submitted by Janis Yamaguma; posted on Wednesday, November 13, 2019


    Applied Materials is an innovation-driven company. Our ability to identify emerging technologies that can enable our customers to overcome their challenges, by leveraging Applied Materials' engineering expertise is critical to our continued growth.

    Applied Materials is working on a highly innovative biotechnology development project that involves the development of new assays and a high throughput imaging instrument. The project team is a growing, dynamic, and multidisciplinary group of scientists and technologists from fields of optics, material science, biology, biochemistry, bioinformatics and software engineering.


    In this challenging but rewarding career opportunity, you will work with computational biologists, bench scientists and other engineers to develop solutions for our high-throughput bioimaging platform. You will develop scientific databases, visualizations, and/or scalable analytical methods, according to customer needs and your skills. You will provide pragmatic engineering leadership in collaboration with scientists and other engineers solving open bioinformatics problems. Your infrastructure and tools will ultimately deliver statistically significant data to genomic research. This requires you to:
    • Develop statistic model and visualization method to solve complex engineering problems.
    • Work closely with a multi-disciplinary team comprising of biologists, hardware, and software engineers as they design, improve and validate the underlying assay.
    • Analyze experimental results to ensure the team continues progressing to the desired performance.
    • Use, extend, and where applicable, develop new pipelines for expression and genotyping data analysis.
    • Design quality control, data harmonization, data cleanup and data management strategies.
    • Plan and execute projects for concept and feasibility demonstration.


    MS or PhD in Bioinformatics, bio-statistics, or Life Sciences related field. We welcome applicants with scientific or biomedical academic degrees and demonstrated experience in data science.


    This position is located in Santa Clara and is reporting to the Scientific Manager and will require some travel.


    Apply on our career site:[...]521-1

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