The Bioinformatician 2 is responsible for the design and implementation of bioinformatics services for the rapidly growing Division within the Department of Pathology within the Division of Genomic and Molecular Pathology. Will support and maintain clinical computational pipelines and create data novel algorithms as needed. and use specialized computer software to identify and classify components of scientific biological systems. Will develop and implement software methodologies and computational tools. Actively seeks out emerging industry practices and new technologies to leverage project capabilities. Devise, modify or test procedures to solve complex problems. Execute and roll out efficient project specific solutions. Document, follow up and support projects after initial completion. The Division is looking for individuals who will contribute their skills in a fast-paced cutting edge environment and will leverage state-of-the-art technologies to deliver innovative and exciting solutions for clinical and translational investigators.Design, development and implementation of data analysis tools and pipelines Essential Functions to include:Develop new or modify existing procedures to solve complex problems in research projects Design and perform formal evaluation of informatics methods and productsCreate or modify web-based bioinformatics tools involving next generation sequencingDevelop programs to perform analyses and generate both routine and ad hoc reportsManipulate publicly accessible, commercial, or proprietary genomic, proteomic, or post-genomic databasesIdentify problems, determine solutions, and ensure implementation in a timely mannerIndependently investigate and implement workflows into production level softwareProvide bioinformatics support to project based clients and collaboratorsConsult with researchers to analyze problems, recommend technology-based solutions, or determine computational strategiesCommunicate research results through conference presentations, scientific publications, or project reportsProvide training on biomedical informatics related concepts, applications, and toolsContribute to the development of training, tools, and process documentationMaintain working knowledge of bioinformatics tool and algorithm in the related fieldOther duties as assigned
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