Due to successfully winning major international research projects, an award winning biotech based in Cambridge is expanding, has released two fantastic opportunities in their Bioinformatics team. Built on pioneering research from some of the brightest minds in the industry, the company is exploring the role and impact of the human microbiome in heath and disease. This research has huge potential to unlock new methods for diagnostics and treatments for a wide range of diseases, including infections, autoimmune disorders and cancer.
This opportunity is suitable for a dynamic and talented Bioinformatician who loves working in an innovative, creative environment.
The ideal candidate will have:
-A PhD or MSc degree in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Physics or a related discipline
-Experience of microbial genomics and/or metagenomics, bacterial genomics
-Strong programming ability in Python, Perl, C++ or similar
-Demonstrable experience of developing novel bioinformatics methods, building pipelines and analysing large scale biological data-sets
-Knowledge of machine learning or biostatistics would be advantageous
-Familiarity with phylogenetic/taxonomic classification of genomes and metagenomes
Key duties will be:
-Analysing and interpreting metagenomics data to identify biomarkers of disease and novel live bacterial therapeutic leads
-Identifying, developing and implementing analytical, statistical and machine learning methods to improve and extend their informatics platform
-Developing tools and databases capable of integrating and comparing large-scale metagenomics datasets
If you love working with complex data, problem solving, and driving innovation in Bioinformatics and medical science, this would be a fantastic opportunity for you. On offer is an enviable location, competitive salaries, and truly fascinating research projects. The environment is fun, friendly, fast-paced and sociable. To apply, send a copy of your CV to Emilie Francis at email@example.com. For an informal chat, you can reach Emilie on 0121 616 3477.
Microbiome, Bacterial genomics, metagenomics, Bioinformatics, Cambridge, Data Science, Biomarker discovery
Job Reference: Microbioinfx_1574676357
Broadcast As: 2731
Salary To: Negotiable
Job Type: Full Time
Job Term: Permanent
Recruitment Consultant: Emilie Francis