As a Research Bioinformatician II, you will join the research team at the Center for Cardiac Arrest Prevention directed by Dr Sumeet Chugh and located within the Cedars-Sinai Smidt Heart Institute. The overall goal of this Center is to predict and prevent sudden cardiac arrest, a mostly lethal condition. You will perform general bioinformatics analysis and provides software support for projects, and interacts with investigators to identify research problems and find appropriate software tools. You will also manage and analyze clinical data as well as omics data including loading and querying data from the Center's database , and transform and merge multilevel data into user-friendly formats. They will provide bioinformatics data analysis, preliminary interpretation of the data, and reports of the results for possible publications.
Will also work with bioinformatics faculties to determine future bioinformatics needs and help to develop tools and pipelines as necessary to keep pace with rapid advances in technology. Demonstrate continuous self-improvement, make effective contributions to the Center, and adhere to the CSHS compliance plan, code of conduct, and hospital and departmental policies and procedures. You may serve as a preceptor for students.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide general bioinformatics analysis support for clinical data analysis as well as analysis of omics data.
Summarize data analyses results in the form suitable as the basis for the first draft of written reports, and makes preliminary interpretations of the data.
Develop, test, and maintain modular software pipelines for clinical data, genome sequencing results and proteomics analysis.
Manage data including loading and querying data from database systems, and transforming data to the necessary formats.
Familiar with medical and biological terminologies and bioinformatics resources. Ready to provide solutions for investigator's problems through data mining and extraction.
Identify, evaluate, and incorporate relevant algorithms and software pipelines by reviewing pertinent literature in bioinformatics and computational biology.
Assist or collaborate in preparation of grant proposals, publications, and presentations.
Educate others about bioinformatics through mentoring of and teaching colleagues, investigators, fellows, and graduate students.
Providing healthcare for more than 100 years, Cedars-Sinai has evolved into one of the most dynamic and highly renowned medical centers in the world. Along with caring for patients, Cedars-Sinai is a hub for biomedical research and a training center for future physicians and other healthcare professionals. This attracts exceptional talent to Cedars-Sinai, including world-renowned physician-scientists who seek a place where they can both conduct research and see patients--the ideal formula for discovery and its translation into cures. Our patients benefit from access to doctors at the top of their fields, and our researchers have an ideal community in which to study the impact of healthcare challenges, and reflect that knowledge in their research. The greater Los Angeles area in which Cedars-Sinai resides possesses unparalleled cultural and ethnic diversity which offers outstanding opportunities for translational and clinical research... and a dynamic environment for medical education.Although community based, Cedars-Sinai is a major teaching hospital affiliated with the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Cedars-Sinai has highly competitive graduate medical education programs in more than 50 specialty and subspecialty areas, a graduate program in biomedical sciences and translational medicine, a clinical scholars program directed towards junior physicians with aspirations to become clinical scientists, and post graduate training opportunities.There are more than 250 full-time faculty members at Cedars-Sinai. The voluntary medical staff, comprised of more than 2,200 specialty board-certified or board-qualified physicians, represent all of the specialties and subspecialties and collaborate with full-time medical staff in the teaching responsibilities of the graduate medical education programs.