A Data Analyst is needed to play an integral role in the precision medicine team science focused on the genetics and genomics of human cardiometabolic traits and clinical heat disease.
Work with other analysts and perform single cell and bulk RNA sequencing data analysis (QC, clustering, differential expression, allele specific expression)
Work with projects on human atherosclerosis, human myeloid cells and vascular smooth muscle cells and mouse and human atherosclerosis models.
Will assist in whole exome sequencing data analysis on clinical exome discovery project with fellows/clinicians.
He/she will perform project-specific tasks with post-doctoral scientists.
Will help with data management and back-up and assist with additional genomic/bioinformatics analyses (e.g., data visualization, regulatory networks) as needed.
Perform other responsibilities as required.
Requires a bachelor degree or equivalent in education and experience in bioinformatics, computational biology, mathematics, biostatistics or related disciplines, plus three years of related experience.
Must successfully complete systems training requirements.
Master's degree in domains outlined above is preferred but not required.
Prior experience with human whole exome DNA sequencing data analysis and team approach for clinical applications (e.g., diagnostic algorithms for return of results to clinic)
Experience with RNA sequencing data analysis including single cell data preferred.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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Internal Number: 503085
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