Computational Biologist | Functional Genomics
The Functional Genomics group at Constellation seeks a highly motivated and enthusiastic Computational Biologist to be a part of an integrated computational/experimental biology team that identifies and validates novel oncology and immuno-oncology targets in the area of chromatin-mediated transcriptional regulation. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in integrated NGS pipeline and data analysis, experience manipulating large genomic datasets, understanding of cancer biology, and a desire to contribute to an evolving and diverse drug discovery pipeline. The position requires the ability to succeed in a dynamic, goal-oriented and highly collaborative environment. We are #BrighterTogether.
How you will spend your day:
- Designing, analyzing, visualizing and interpreting NGS experiments including ChIP-seq, RNA-seq, ATAC-seq, and single cell RNAseq, with the aims of generating and refining target hypotheses, identifying biomarkers, and supporting mechanism of action studies
- Identifing, triaging, implementing and developing state-of-the-art computational method and data mining strategies to address key challenges in oncology drug discovery
- Constructing robust and high-performance bioinformatics pipelines and make sharable toolbox available to facilitate large scale studies and cross team collaborations.
- Collaborating with scientists to design experiments and analyses to further our drug development efforts.
- Supporting new target identification through data mining and analyses of internal and publicly available functional screening datasets. Providing statistical support to scientists.
- Clearly communicating and preseningt results, interpretation, and recommendations to broad scientific audiences, assist in project design and make impact on company drug development decision-making.
Key things about you:
- Ph.D. with 3+ years postgraduate experience, or MS with 5+ years pharma/biotech experience.
- Degree in computational biology/bioinformatics/statistics/genetics or other biomedical sciences with quantitative research training.
- Expertise in one or more of the NGS experiment design and analysis: gene expression (bulk/single-cell RNA-seq), epigenetics (Chipseq and ATAC-seq), DNA sequencing (Copy Number and variant detection), and bioinformatics method development.
- Fluent programming skills in one or more of R, Python, Perl, shell scripting or other programming languages.
- Proficient in common bioinformatics and NGS analysis tools/packages. Experience of parallel computing and job management in high performance computing cluster or cloud computing (AWS, Azure or G Cloud) is highly desirable.
- Experience in bioinformatics pipeline construction using workflow and version control tools is a plus.
- Familiar with public tumor genomic databases (such as TCGA, cBioPortal and ICGC), and other public omics datasets is highly desirable.
- Expertise in cancer biology and understanding of the principles of cancer genetics is desirable.
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