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Computational Biologist - Cancer Genomics - Cambridge

Cambridgeshire   •  £40000 - £50000 per annum  •  Permanent, Full time

Computational Biologist - Cancer Genomics - Cambridge

A leading global Biotech focused on developing cutting edge, personalised cancer diagnostic devices has an opportunity available for a talented Computational Biologist. This position will be responsible for analyzing complex cancer genomics and clinical data and the development of novel computational tools.

The ideal candidate will have:

-MSc or PhD in bioinformatics or a related discipline
-A background in cancer genomics with experience of working with NGS data
-Strong coding skills in at least two of the following: Python, R/Bioconductor, Java, Ruby, Perl, Shell, Bash
-Additional experience of clinical trial data is advantageous
-Previous exposure working to ISO standards or in a regulatory environment would be desirable, but not essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work within an established genomics organization, focused on revolutionizing the way cancer is detected and treated with cutting edge diagnostics technology. This position offers an exciting, fast paced environment with a competitive salary and benefits package. For more information, send your CV to efrancis@pararecruit.com or call Emilie on 0121 616 3477.

Key words: Oncology, Cancer, Genomics, Diagnostics, Biotech, Cambridge, London, Oxford, Herts, Stevenage, Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, NGS, Next Generation Sequencing, Biomarker, Cancer Genomics, Clinical data, Python, Software Developer, Data Analysis, Bioinformatician

Paramount Recruitment Limited provides services as an agency and an employment business. We regularly have similar roles in this area. Please see our website for details or send your CV in to us to find out the latest opportunities.


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  • Agency: Paramount Recruitment
  • Posted: 14th September 2017
  • Expires: 18th October 2017
  • Reference: EFCOMPSCI
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