Would you like to be a part of team advancing clinical genomics and improving medical care for patients across the healthcare spectrum? Partners Personalized Medicine (PPM) is a leader and innovator helping realize the promise of personalized medicine by accelerating the integration of genetic knowledge into clinical care. PPM oversees the Laboratory for Molecular Medicine (a CLIA-certified molecular diagnostic laboratory), a Translational Genomics Core, and the Partners BioBank, in addition to being part of numerous translational research grants and consortia, including All of Us Research Program, eMERGE, and the Clinical Genome Resource.
We are seeking a senior bioinformatician to focus on continuously advancing the state of the art of research and clinical genetic testing. This position offers an opportunity to become a part of a highly engaged team of 10 individuals that all share the same passion for translational informatics. The position involves multiple interactions across the center, including with our highly innovative IT team. Duties include building robust scalable pipelines and data mining tools for sequencing applications, as well as providing informatics support for the development of clinical diagnostic assays. Applicant will also support many of the large-scale and collaborative grant-funded activities at the center.
We are specifically looking for an independent individual who can contribute to multiple projects as part of a highly-integrated team with frequent interactions. A successful candidate should have a strong scientific and quantitative background with prior exposure to genetics and/or genomics, excellent problem-solving and programmatic skills, and the ability to effectively communicate and interact with multidisciplinary staff in a fast-paced environment. Depending upon experience, the candidate will be considered for a Research Associate appointment at Harvard Medical School.
Come join the team in the heart of the biotech world, with opportunities to attend seminars and workshops held by the Broad Institute, MIT, HMS, BWH, and MGH.