(1) Provide a variety of support using computational analysis, integration, and modeling of diverse data sets, to include microarray, bulk and single-cell RNAseq, ATAC-seq, flow and CyTOF phenotyping, serum proteome, SNP genotyping, and microbiome profiling.
(2) Provide data analysis using a bottom-up dynamical modeling, for example, starting from networks of molecular/cellular interactions.
(3) Work and serve as the main point of contact with NIH/NIAID IT and high-performance computing teams to set up, develop, and maintain necessary computational infrastructure and tools for research.
(4) Assist with writing of scientific manuscripts.
(5) Assist with, prepare, and share data as part of scientific presentations for both internal team members and outside at scientific conferences.
(1) Ph.D. in computational biology, statistics, bioinformatics, systems biology, biophysics, or relevant disciplines
(2) Hands-on research experience in bioinformatics and biomedical sciences and experience with the analysis and modeling of large-scale data sets.
(3) Knowledge of statistics and quantitative modeling.
(4) Knowledge of computer programming skills with proficiency in R and at least one scripting language (Perl/Python/Ruby).
(5) Experience with database design and construction and dynamical system theory and modeling are pluses.
(6) Proficiency in C/C++ and/or Java as well as experience with multiple OS platforms (Windows, MAC, Linux) are pluses.
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