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  • Research Scientist in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at Cornell University

    Cornell University has an immediate opening for a Research Associate or postdoctoral position in bioinformatics and computational biology. We are looking for a highly motivated and talented computational biologist to join our research team. We use ribosome profiling coupled with deep-sequencing to analyze genome-wide translation control in mammalian cells (Science, 324:218, 2009; Nature, 466:835, 2010). This is an excellent opportunity for computational biologist to collaborate with wet bench scientists and participate in next generation sequencing experiments.

    The ideal candidate must have a Ph.D. and direct experience in programming and high-throughput analysis of biological data (such as microarrays and deep sequencing). The candidate is expected to be able to work independently to develop new algorithm to facilitate novel discoveries. Programming language such as PERL or Python is required for this position. Experience with statistic analytic tools, such as R, SAS, SPLUS, and MatLab, is also required. Familiarity with major biological databases, such as NCBI, ENSEML, is highly desirable. Molecular biology background is a strong plus.

    Interested applicants should submit current CV, with a statement of research interests and contact information for three referees to [email protected]

    Cornell University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer. Competitive salary and excellent benefits will be provided.

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    We encourage international applicants for this position.

    We encourage international applicants for this position.

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    • #3
      About Ph.D. degree

      We received several inquiries about the requirement of PhD degree in this position. We do consider candidates lacking PhD degree but with strong working experience and skills. However, the position title will be changed accordingly if those candidates are successful in the final screen.

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        Please is there any one can help me how can I BLAST one FASTE file with more than 3000 sequences

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