Within the contexts of the national (coordinated by , Radboudumc) and the European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJPRD, coordinated by dr.
Julkowska, Inserm, Paris), we are looking for an ambitious data scientist, who develops data analysis and integration approaches for large-
scale -omics data and is dedicated to the introduction of these approaches in personalized health care. The candidate is committed to the counselling and training of biomedical researchers in these computational approaches.
The candidate will contribute to the realization of a digital research environment (DRE) where these computational approaches can be applied and which contributes to the Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability and Reusability (FAIRness) of data, tools and services.
Tasks and responsibilities
The Center for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics () is well known for the development of new computational approaches for the study of the gene en protein variation and for its ability to turn omics’ data into biomedical understanding.
The CMBI develops bioinformatics approaches that contribute to the understanding of disease mechanisms, personalized therapies and interventions, and a learning health care system.
The CMBI is committed to the reusability of their data, tools, and services, and puts the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interpretable, Reusable) data principles into action.
The candidate will participate in a cross-departmental task force of data scientists dedicated to the analysis of X-omics data.
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Comments and contact information
All additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from , professor of Bioinformatics via +31 (0) 24 361 97 63.
Please apply before June 17.
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