Postdoctoral Fellow for Bioinformatics, Machine Learning and Biomarker Discovery
- H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center
- Location: Tampa, FL
- Job Number: 7078235 (Ref #: hlj_30256)
- Posting Date: May 11, 2021
- Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Dr. Xuefeng Wang’s Lab (lab.moffitt.org/wang), at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, an NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center and top-ranked cancer research insitute, is seeking one new postdoc fellow to join the group and work on an exciting project funded by NIH. The position will remain open until filled (earlist start date of April 1 2021).
The Ideal Candidate:
• Research background/experiences in bioifnormatics, computational biology, or Statistics.
• A highly motivated and independent researcher with a strong quantitative scientific background and programming skills.
• Experience in cancer genomics in not required but ability to learn new knowledge is highly desirable.
• Will develop and extend machine learning methods for big cancer Omics data.
• Will help discover new predictive biomarkers for cancer prognosis.
• Will be responsible for developing novel visualizing too that will facilate interpreting big Omics data in cancer research.
Credentials and Qualifications:
Required: PhD in Bioinformatics, Statistics/Biostatistics, Data Science, Computer Science, or related fields.
• Strong programming skills in languages such as R/Python.
• Research background in machine learning.
• Experience of integration of multi-omics data including whole exome sequencing, RNA-seq, metabolomics, proteomics, etc.
• Excellent communication and writing skills.
How to Apply: Interested applicants should send a single PDF file that includes a cover letter summarizing their research training and accomplishments, current CV with recent publications, and contact information of at least two references to Dr. Xuefeng Wang at email@example.com.
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