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The Yale Genomic Resource Facility is looking for a highly motivated
Bioinformatics Scientist with a strong functional genomics and
computational background and keen interest in collaborating with other
investigators at Yale. The position is primarily located in New Haven,
Connecticut but will also spend time in West Haven, Connecticut at the
Center for Genome Analysis.
A primary responsibility of the Bioinformatics Scientist will be to
provide genomic analyses support to the Yale investigators; direct the
development of innovative bioinformatics approaches for the analysis
of sequence data, develop new search ideas in sequence assembly, genome
annotation, SNP, haplotype and transcriptome analysis. Furthermore, the
Informatics Scientist will also interact with the Yale High-Performance
Computing group to design and build the necessary IT infrastructure
for data analysis and storage and to develop mechanisms to ensure the
delivery of sequencing data to users.
The ideal candidates will have Ph.D. degree in Bioinformatics or a related
scientific field and must have extensive computational and high throughput
DNA sequence analysis experience. Candidates should possess programming
skills in Perl, C or Java, competency with relational databases, database
design/architecture, statistical software packages, knowledge of online
genomics databases, and excellent interpersonal and communication
skills. Review of the applications will begin on July 1, 2012 and
continue until the position is filled. Please submit curriculum vitae,
a description of research interests and three letters of reference to:
Shrikant Mane, Ph.D.
Director, Yale Genomic Resource
Yale University School of Medicine
Department of Genetics
PO Box 208005
New Haven, Ct., 06520-8005
Yale University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.