The research groups at TRI , Cancer, Immunology and Genomic Medicine generate a large amount of genomics, proteomics and expression data and require an experienced Bioinformatician to assist in the analysis of these experiments. The successful appointee will be required to liaise with clinical and wet-lab researchers to understand the goals of their research, assist in the experiment design and perform cutting edge analysis of the data. The appointee will be an active member of research collaborations and will provide innovate solutions and assist in the interpretation of findings.
Applicants should possess a PhD or Masters in bioinformatics, or in a relevant area of computer science, biostatistics, or computation based science with at least 12 months experience in bioinformatics (considerably more for SRO). Applicants must possess a track record in bioinformatics and ability to analyse and manipulate very large data sets. Applicants must also possess good interpersonal and communications skills, excellent analytical skills and attention to detail, and have the capacity to work collaboratively with colleagues.