Bioinformatician (100%)

15 avril | Poste à res­pon­sa­bil­i­tés | 100%

Bioinformatician (100%)

Your position

  • consultancy in the design of high-throughput experiments
  • computational analysis of -omics experiments, including expression studies (using "bulk" and single-cell RNA-seq) and gene regulation studies (ChIP-seq, ATAC-seq, BS-seq, DNA variants calling)
  • set up robust and reproducible workflows to standardize analyses
  • integration of multi-omics datasets
  • help with data interpretation and contribution to manuscript writing

Your profile

  • Ph.D. in a quantitative field such as computational biology, statistics, physics, or mathematics with strong interest in biology
  • demonstrated experience in analyzing next-generation sequencing or other high-throughput biological datasets
  • experience with analysis of high-throughput proteomics experiments and/or with spatial transcriptomics is a plus
  • sound statistical knowledge and fluent programming skills using R/Bioconductor are essential
  • excellent teamwork and collaboration skills
  • proficiency in written and spoken English

We offer you

  • A stimulating, challenging and multifaceted research environment
  • Good integration into local and national bioinformatics community (the DBM Bioinformatics Core Facility is part of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics).
  • Possibilities for continued education and training
  • Attractive employment conditions
  • Workplace centrally located in Basel
  • A good work-life balance and an equal opportunities environment
Application / Contact

For informal inquiries please contact Dr. Robert Ivanek ( Applications including a CV highlighting relevant research experience, a cover letter explicitly detailing why you're interested in the position, and contact details of three referees should be submitted online:
Universität Basel
4000 Basel

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