[CGRB-community] Six job openings in the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing at Oregon State University
Six job openings in the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing
The Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing (CGRB) collaborates with and assists life and environmental scientists using cutting-edge genomic, computational and informatics technologies. We are an enthusiastic team of laboratory scientists, data and computer scientists, and researchers serving OSU and beyond. We are recruiting six new staff who will work closely with the OSU research community to provide a high quality of service and promote the CGRB’s mission of genomics and bioinformatics research and training. The positions are listed below. To find more information and apply for a position, go to jobs.oregonstate.edu and search for the respective posting number.
Core Lab Researcher – sequencing (Faculty Research Assistant). This person will: (1) Plan and execute research involving primarily Sanger DNA sequencing, genotyping, and bioanalyzer and tape station analysis, and secondarily DNA and RNA extraction, high throughput sequencing, and protein analysis; and (2) Contribute to research and development of new cutting edge technologies suitable for molecular biology and DNA sequencing services. Posting number: P01777UF. Closing date: 12/31/17.
Core Lab Researcher – new services (Faculty Research Assistant). This person will: (1) Conduct research and development of new cutting edge technologies suitable for molecular biology and DNA sequencing services; and (2) Contribute to research involving primarily Sanger DNA sequencing, genotyping, and bioanalyzer and tape station analysis, and secondarily DNA and RNA extraction, high throughput sequencing, and protein analysis. Posting number: P01778UF. Closing date: 12/31/17.
Computational Scientist (Faculty Research Assistant). This person will research, design and implement information technologies for collecting, moving, storing, analyzing, and disseminating large scale research data sets and experiments. Includes research and development of new technologies and support of CGRB’s biocomputing hardware and software infrastructure. OSU applicants only. Posting number: P01776UF. Closing date: 12/31/17.
Assistant Computational Scientist (Faculty Research Assistant). The Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Teaching Facility (ACTF) supports the CGRB’s computational biology training program and also computationally intensive classes taught by OSU faculty. This person will: (1) Research, develop, and maintain a next-generation software stack for the ACTF, specific to the needs of data science education and practice; and (2) Provide training and support to users of the CGRB computational infrastructure. Posting number: P01780UF. Closing date: 1/14/18.
Bioinformatics Analyst (Faculty Research Assistant). This person will provide bioinformatics consulting and analysis services, and participate in collaborative bioinformatics research. Responsibilities include analysis of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics data sets, and development of new tools in bioinformatics and computational biology. Posting number: P01779UF Closing date: 1/14/18.
Bioinformatics Trainer (Faculty Research Assistant). This person will: (1) Train researchers at all levels, including those from industry, to use bioinformatics and biocomputing applications in research projects; and (2) Collaborate in research projects that require bioinformatics and biocomputing expertise. Posting number: P01775UF. Closing date: 1/14/18. ...
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All of our undergraduates are invited to apply to this program. there is a very friendly review and we are specifically encouraged to apply. See specific on how you can spend a summer doing genome research in New York in one of the best Medical Schools in the nation
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REGISTER FOR BIOLOGY OF GENOMES CLASS (BIOL 4994/4991 Oleksyk/Martinez-Cruzado/Majeske) In this class you will learn about the newest technologies in genome analysis, and receive hands on training with the PCR-based and Next Generation Sequencing technology. In addition, you will be given introduction to LINUX and PYTHON needed to start your research project in Bioinformatics. This class is designed to provide a transition to the independent research in Genetic labs at UPRM. BIOL 3300 and 3.0 GPA are prerequisites. You will need a signed permission from Drs. Martinez Cruzado, Oleksyk or Majeske. You can get the permissions in B313, 314, 315 or F102, or by contacting me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org ...