[R-jobs] Postdoctoral position Oxford NGS Bioinformatics

Francesca Buffa |r@nce@c@@bu||@ @end|ng |rom onco|ogy@ox@@c@uk
Fri Apr 4 15:13:50 CEST 2014

  Senior Bioinformatics Research Scientist : Oxford, United Kingdom

Senior Bioinformatics Research Scientist

Department of Oncology, Old Road Campus Research Building, Roosevelt 
Drive, Headington, Oxford

The Department of Oncology is seeking a Senior Bioinformatics Researcher 
with experience in NGS to work in research and development projects in 
the Applied Computational Genomics Group.

The Medical Sciences Division is an internationally recognised centre of 
excellence for biomedical and clinical research and teaching. The 
Department of Oncology, within the Medical Sciences Division, is a truly 
multidisciplinary and collaborative oncology research environment with 
world-class leading programmes, housed in state-of-the-art facilities, 
which cover the full range of scientific endeavour from the molecule to 
the population. Working closely with colleagues in the new 
state-of-the-art NHS Oxford Cancer Centre, research can be rapidly and 
efficiently translated into cutting-edge clinical treatment for cancer 

You will work on exciting research projects in a multidisciplinary and 
collaborative research environment; you will manage key projects and 
define bioinformatics and analytical strategies in collaboration with 
the group leader and you will lead the development of computational 
tools and resources empowering cancer research.

You will have at least three years post-doctoral experience; hands-on 
experience with analysis of NGS data; excellent understanding of applied 
statistics and statistical computing; and fluent in at least one common 
programming language. Other essential requisite are: communication and 
inter-personal skills, and proven track record of presenting and 
publishing scientific results.

Application should be made online. Full job description and further 
application instructions can be found at the link below.


Please note the closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 11 
April 2014.

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