Bioinformatician 1:Join the Novembre research group, which actively develops and applies statistical techniques for population genetic data. Develop a mechanistic understanding of patterns of diversity among human genomes, with a special emphasis on evolutionary processes and variation underlying disease. Write and test new software for genetic analysis and data management, as well as modify the existing software to achieve higher efficiency and portability. Have access to a large high-speed computer cluster, and a number of smaller Linus or OS X workstations. Considerable scope for creative work on important scientific problems in collaboration with other members of the research team.
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