We are seeking an outstanding postdoctoral researcher who can advance statistics and machine learning methods for computational biology in gene therapies and other oligonucleotide-based modalities. A qualified candidate is expected to have a research background in biostatistics and machine learning and be able to develop new algorithms for practical applications. The familiarity with computational biology is a plus. The role will report to the Simulation and Modeling Sciences group. We offer a supportive and collaborative environment for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research.Role Responsibilities
- Develop and apply statistical and machine learning algorithms for multi-omics high-throughput datasets.
- Write well-documented code individually and collaboratively within a high-performance scientific computing environment.
- Effectively communicate the advantages and caveats of developed algorithms to internal audiences with diverse backgrounds.
- Collaborate with computational and experimental scientists located at multiple locations.
- Publish articles in top peer-reviewed journals and deliver scientific and technical presentations at internal and external venues.
- Ph.D. in statistics, biostatistics, computer sciences, or a related technical field.
- Well-cited journal publications.
- Programming experience in Python, R, or equivalent languages.
- Strong oral and written communication skills to work in a team-based environment.
Other Job Details:
- Research experience in the analysis of high-throughput next-generation sequencing data.
- Advanced coursework in molecular biology.
- Experience with a cloud-based computational environment such as a SLURM based cluster.
- Familiarity with gene therapies and other oligonucleotide-based modalities.
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