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GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT The Genetic Epidemiology group at the Channing Laboratory of Brigham and Women???s Hospital continues to do cutting edge research in the genetics of complex airways diseases, including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. We seek a talented Bioinformatician experienced R programmer with experience in the analysis of expression microarray and/or other high-throughput biological data sets to assist with a variety of integrative genomic analyses in human populations. The scope of work will include differential gene expression analysis, network modeling, sequence annotation, epigenetics and eQTL studies. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Aid in developing, writing, testing, and implementing scientific programs to simulate and/or analyze genetic and expression data. Including Network modeling and sequence annotation. 2. Support and conduct statistical analyses for epidemiologists and geneticists, including data manipulation required prior to implementing statistical software. 3. Perform quality control evaluations for expression, CNV, and Epigenetic data. 4. Assist in defining and analyzing experiments for research. 5. Study and modify existing programs to solve specific problems. 6. Develop new programs from specifications. 7. Prepare documentation of completed analyses and present to team lead. 8. Must be able to handle multiple long term projects simultaneously and be able to budget time effectively. QUALIFICATIONS A degree in Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics or a Physical science, with a strong background in applied data analysis required. Masters level candidates preferred; Must have at least 1 year of programming in R, SAS or MATLAB SKILLS/ ABILITIES/ COMPETENCIES REQUIRED 1. Comfortable in both a PC and Linux computing environment. 2. Experience working with Statistics package [R /MATLAB / Network Analysis] 3. Excellent communication and documentation skills. 4. Strong initiative and demonstrated ability to take ownership of challenging problems. Normal Office Environment Day Shift *TO APPLY* Please submit resume directly at: JobDescription.aspx?Back=1&&jobId=2220640 An EEO, AA, VEVRAA Employer -- output of sessionInfo(): -- Sent via the guest posting facility at
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