The Genome Technologies department is seeking an experienced Computational Scientist to join their team. The Computational Scientist will participate in the 3D chromatin biology and technology development program, make contributions to develop cutting-edge technologies for comprehensive mapping of 3D genome organizations in human and mouse, and uncover the molecular mechanisms that control important genome functional modulation including gene transcription regulation. They will participate in projects, developing and optimizing computational approaches as well as analysis strategies for omics data analysis and interpretation for a wide scale of clinical and biomedical applications.
PhD in Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Biostatistics or any relevant area required for all levels. The candidates who are near the completion of their PhD can also apply. Associate Level: Possess 2-5 years of experience in Bioinformatics research, excluding time spent to obtain PhD. Full level: Possess 5-10 years of experience in Bioinformatics research, excluding time spent to obtain PhD. Senior Level: Possess 7-12 years of experience in Bioinformatics research, excluding time spent to obtain PhD. Candidates with significant pre-doctoral experience in the relevant research area as a researcher and demonstrated research track record during the pre-doctoral period will also be considered.