Bioinformatics Research Officer – Ovarian Cancer Organisation - Garvan Institute of Medical Research
The Bioinformatics Research Officer will focus on the implementation, development and support of computational and statistical tools for the analysis and interpretation of next-generation sequencing (NGS) data. Specifically, the Bioinformatics Research Officer will assist and provide insights into the genomic analysis of primary and acquired chemoresistance in ovarian cancer. In addition to providing support for the existing team, the Bioinformatics Research Officer will have the opportunity to develop their own research interests, as we expand on our previous work describing whole genome sequencing (WGS) of chemoresistant ovarian cancer (Patch et al. 2015 Nature).
The Ovarian Cancer Research Laboratory at the Garvan Institute has a particular interest in the application of genomic technologies to address clinically significant issues such as primary and acquired chemoresistance. The lab spans the Garvan Institute and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Melbourne) through Professor David Bowtell’s joint appointment at these two leading institutions.
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