The RCI – Regensburg Center for Interventional Immunology (foundation of public law) – researches and develops new immunotherapies for the treatment of tumours, autoimmune diseases, and transplant rejections.
The Next-Generation-Sequencing Core Facility (headed by Prof. Dr. Michael Rehli) supports the RCI researchers in high-throughput data generation, processing, analysis, visualisation, and interpretation as well as by providing IT infrastructure, software training, and consulting services. We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced
Computational Biologist /
reference number: MR-2021-1
with enthusiasm for academic research to join our team as a staff scientist. The position is full-time (40.1 hours per week) and is remunerated on the TV-L salary scale (EG 13 TV-L). The position can also be filled part-time.
- Development of bioinformatics workflows and pipelines
- Supporting of RCI scientists in the processing, analysis, interpretation, and publication of transcriptomic and epigenomic next-generation sequencing (NGS) data
- Analysis and integration of multi-omics datasets for solving complex scientific questions
- Providing bioinformatics consulting and software training to junior researchers
- Academic degree (MSc / PhD) in a relevant field (e.g. Bioinformatics, Informatics, Computational Biology, Biostatistics, Data Sciences), preferably with a background in NGS analysis
- Experience in programming and/or analysing data (e.g. using R, Python, Perl, C++) as well as reproducible workflows and version control
- Knowledge of standard bioinformatics tools for analyzing and interpreting next-generation sequencing data
- Proficiency in spoken and written English
- Interest to communicate, to collaborate, to connect different scientific disciplines, and to contribute to multidisciplinary teams
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