We are seeking a highly driven postdoctoral scientist with training or experience in bioinformatics to join the Tumor Progression Laboratory of Dr Alex Swarbrick. Dr Swarbrick leads a multidisciplinary group combining transcriptomics, cell biology, functional genomics and mammalian models of cancer to discover and characterise the genes controlling cancer growth, metastasis and therapeutic response. The Bioinformatics Research Officer will lead the development and implementation of bioinformatic analyses of single-cell genomic data.
The position is based at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre, a new joint initiative of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and St. Vincent’s Hospital, located in inner-city Darlinghurst. The Kinghorn is rapidly developing expertise and large capacity in cancer genomics and informatics and will provide a supportive and exciting environment for the fellow.
Garvan offers a friendly and professional work environment in state of the art modern building and facilities, on-site café, social club and close to cafes and public transport. You’ll be rewarded with a competitive salary, above market Superannuation and attractive salary packaging options. This role is Full-time for an initial 2 year fixed term contract.