The Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) and the Mailman School of Public Health is hiring for the position of Sr. Programmer Analyst, in Bioinformatics, to join one of the world’s largest and most advanced center for basic and translational science, with a global network of researchers, focused on microbial surveillance, discovery and diagnosis in humans and wildlife. The successful candidate will be part of a team that works on development and maintenance of pipelines for New York State CLIA certification of microbial diagnostic assays, microbiome analysis, large-scale studies on autism and chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis with focus on understanding host response mechanisms using high-throughput protein arrays, RNA-Seq, proteomics and metabolomics platforms, and data integration of multi-omics platforms.
The candidate will participate in the Global Alliance for Pandemic Prevention program and help with development of a secure cloud-based system, using AWS, for data processing, analysis and sharing with global researchers. The scientist will analyze next generation sequencing (NGS) data using on-site high-performance clusters (HPC) and AWS and help with migration of pipelines on Amazon Cloud. The candidate will work closely with statisticians and contribute to the publications and proposal writing.
The candidate is expected to demonstrate the following skills and experience:
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