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Senior Computational Biologist

Employer
Harnham
Location
South San Francisco, California, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
May 22, 2022

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Sector
Consultancy/Private Sector
Field
Informatics / GIS
Discipline
Modeling
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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Senior Computational Biologist

South San Francisco, California

$140,000-$160,000 + BONUS + EQUITY + BENEFITS

Are you looking for an opportunity to work with a dynamic team in an effort to create revolutionary therapeutics? This exciting biotech company is looking for experienced computational biologists who can help them develop a unique discovery platform. Get involved early as this promising new pioneer in therapeutics is looking to grow its computational team!

THE ROLE:

As a Senior Scientist in Computational Biology, your responsibilities will include:

Partner with discovery and early-stage development scientific teams to design and develop transformative therapies.
Modeling biological networks and contextualizing gene expression data maps
Applying statistical and machine learning methods to analyze large datasets

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

Strong educational background (Ph.D.)
Proficiency in R, Python, and analysis of bioinformatics data (single Cell RNA Preferred)
Prior experience working in cloud environments (AWS or GCP)
Experience in thebiopharmaceutical industry
Autoimmune, inflammation, and/or immune-oncology disease areas
Highly Desired Qualities:
Knowledge of immunology
Previous work in preclinical drug discovery
Local or moving to the San Francisco Bay Area

THE BENEFITS:

Competitive Salary: $140,000-$160,000 Base Salary + Bonus
Equity in a fast-growing start-up
Comprehensive Benefits package
And Much More!

How to Apply:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Leon Ainer via the apply link on this page.
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