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2016-10-16  -  RESEARCH FELLOW – Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH) – Cambridge, MA  -  

Bioinformatic analysis of conventional bulk and next-generation sequence data. Efforts will include application of next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies...From Partners HealthCare - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 06:13:41 GMT - View all Cambridge jobs

2016-08-15  -  Computational Biologist  -  

The Massachusetts General Hospital is looking for an exceptional candidate to join our growing Computational Pathology Research Group, with a particular research focus on informatics and cancer. The successful candidate will aid in integrating large datasets including genomic scale next-generation sequencing data, ChIP seq data, and single cell transcriptional analysis of cancer with the applied research generated in our laboratories. Our current Computational Pathology Research Group includes computational biologists, bioinformatics analysts, basic and translational scientists and clinicians. We are seeking highly motivated individuals who will enjoy pursuing rigorous computational analysis in a collaborative environment. More information about our research faculty can be found at Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Design and implement computational pipelines for processing of data generated by next-generation sequencing platforms (e.g., DNA sequencing, RNA-seq, ChIP-seq) Develop data analysis strategies and apply them to cancer data sets, critically review and analyze results, communicate results to biologists, computational biologists, software engineers and clinicians.  Explore novel data visualization tools, with emphasis on integrating diverse data types, which will include clinical data Implement algorithms as software for distribution to the cancer research community Support specific research projects conducted by principal investigators in MGH Pathology.  

2016-08-16  -  Research Fellowships – Pediatric Cancer and Zebrafish Models  -  

The Langenau Laboratory at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston is recruiting up to three research fellows to study mechanisms of progression and relapse in T and B cell leukemia and rhabdomysorcoma – a tumor of muscle. Research will focus on using the zebrafish genetic model, biochemistry, and cross-species bioinformatics approaches to identify novel pathways that drive progression and relapse. Following discoveries made in the zebrafish model, work will continue in characterizing discoveries in human cell culture, primary patient samples, and mouse xenograft studies. Dr. Langenau’s research group has become a pioneer in the field and made seminal discoveries using the zebrafish model. The laboratories interests are best summarized in the following manuscripts (Moore et al., JEM, 2016; Tang et al., Nature Communications, 2016; Blackburn et al., Cancer Cell 2014; Tang et al., Nature Methods, 2014; Chen et al., PNAS 2014; Ignatius et al., Cancer Cell 2012). Additional information about the laboratory is available at Candidates must have PhD and/or MD, have made significant scientific contributions through publication of high impact papers, and be enthusiastic about science. A curriculum vitae, list of publications, and three references should be provided as a single PDF by September 19th. 2016 to: Langenau Research Group c/o Ms. Susan Smith Molecular Pathology Unit Massachusetts General Hospital 149 Thirteenth Street, Room 6133 Charlestown, MA 02129   To submit your application, please click on the

2016-05-05  -  BIOINFORMATICS SPECIALIST I – Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH) – Cambridge, MA  -  

The candidate should be highly trained and have substantial experience in genomics, bioinformatics, computational biology, human population genetics,... From Partners HealthCare - 05 May 2016 10:05:40 GMT - View all Cambridge jobs

2016-05-05  -  CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT TECH., SR – Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH) – Cambridge, MA  -  

Analysis of large datasets in collaboration with the Center's bioinformatic staff. Statistical and bioinformatics skills are a plus.... From Partners HealthCare - 05 May 2016 16:04:26 GMT - View all Cambridge jobs

2015-11-03  -  Massachusetts General Hospital: (2) Opportunities with the Bioinformatics department of Massachusetts General Hospital  -  

N/A: Massachusetts General Hospital: The Bioinformatics department of Massachusetts General Hospital is looking for two skilled individuals to fill two open positions: Bioinformatics Specialist II and Research Technologist. Please apply at Boston, Massachusetts