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The Sadelain laboratory in the Center for Cell Engineering at MSKCC is searching for an outstanding Bioinformatics Engineer with a strong interest in developing and applying bioinformatics techniques using next generation sequence data to address problems in one of the most promising areas of translational medicine, adoptive T cell therapy. The focus of this research work is the integrative analysis of high throughput genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic data, in combination with cell phenotyping to identify and evaluate prospective chimeric antigen receptor targets.
The candidate should have a strong background in both bioinformatics and cell biology, be comfortable interacting with investigators with expertise in next generation sequencing, proteomics, translational therapeutics, and immunology. The candidate will work with members of the laboratory, as well as collaborators in other groups and industry partners, to create new analysis methods for therapeutic development and maintain reproducible analysis pipelines.
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