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Job Data Officer
by Marilyn Gillespie published Jul 27, 2018
The Genome Sciences Centre is looking for a Data Officer to help develop a data sharing framework and the associated IT/networking structure and data stewardship responsibilities, as part of an initiative funded by the Terry Fox Research Institute to develop a Canadian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Network.
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Job Computational Biologist, Software Developer
by Marilyn Gillespie published Jul 27, 2018
The Genome Sciences Centre is seeking a full-time Computational Biologist to join our software development team in a state of the art, high throughput genomics facility. The successful applicant will participate in developing, improving and maintaining bioinformatics tools for a high-throughput processing pipeline. We seek candidates with strong programming experience in python, or other high-level objects-oriented languages (e.g. C#, Ruby, etc.). Experience with Agile and DevOps best practices are also desirable. The role is ideally suited for a creative individual with a strong interest in software development and data analysis within an academic setting. Packaging and distribution of developed tools and analysis results to the scientific community and contribution to preparation of scientific publications are expected.
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Job Computational Biologist – LIMS
by Marilyn Gillespie published Jul 27, 2018
The Genome Sciences Centre is seeking a full-time Computational Biologist to join our Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) group in a state of the art, high throughput genomics facility. The successful applicant will participate in the development and maintenance of our LIMS system, with a focus on web front-end development, creating interfaces for laboratory staff, analysis teams and external collaborators. They will also participate in the development of our sequence analysis and data submission pipelines. We seek candidates with coding experience in python, perl, C/C++ or java, expertise in development and management of large databases and web sites, with prior experience in mySQL and web applications.
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Job Research Projects Manager
by Marilyn Gillespie published Jul 26, 2018
The Genome Sciences Centre is seeking a full time Research Projects Manager. This role is for a Manager of research projects and grants in a research environment. Reporting to the Head Project Management or Projects Team Leader and working closely with the Principal Investigators (PI’s), you will play a key role in managing research projects and grants within the context of a research culture with established policies and procedures, vision and values. The major focus of this position is to work with the Principal Investigators (PIs) to establish the objectives, milestones, and budgets for various research projects and grants, and monitor the progress against these objectives and milestones.
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Job Assistant Bioinformatics Coordinator, Data Analysis Pipelines
by Marilyn Gillespie published Jul 24, 2018
The successful candidate will report to Karen Mungall, Bioinformatics Team Leader, and coordinate the daily activities of the Data Analysis Pipeline team. This will entail overseeing development, maintenance and updating of pipelines, including introduction of new tools into pipelines, development of new automation and putting new pipelines into production. Duties will also include compute resource management and working with Bioapps to track analysis, as well as coordination with the Group Leader to plan, schedule and prioritize work for all ongoing SOWs and projects. The ABC will also support the Bioinformatics Coordinator in resource planning, cost models and new pipeline development priorities. Strong understanding of variant call and expression analysis tools and their outputs, as well as familiarity with existing production pipelines and databases, is desired.
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Job Research Programmer – Lymphoma Project
by Marilyn Gillespie published Jul 24, 2018
The Genome Sciences Centre is seeking a Research Programmer to work on a clinical genomics project related to Lymphoma. The successful applicant will work closely with the Clinical Genomics group which is responsible for developing high-throughput, clinically accredited pipelines to aid in identifying pathogenic alterations in cancer. This project involves the development of a new assay for Lymphoma patients with the goal of individualized patient management.
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Job Software Developer- Clinical Genomics
by Marilyn Gillespie published May 25, 2018
The Centre for Clinical Genomics (CCG) at the Genome Sciences Centre is seeking a Software Developer to join a Genome British Columbia software automation project. The CCG is responsible for developing high-throughput, clinically accredited pipelines to analyse sequenced data from genomic assays for individualized patient management of cancer. We seek candidates with strong Python software engineering and programming skills to automate and improve existing pipelines and potentially incorporate third-party software into the system. The role is ideally suited for a creative individual with a strong interest in software development and testing, database analysis, and automation within a high throughput academic setting.
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Job Research Associate - Bioinformatics
by Marilyn Gillespie published May 14, 2018
The Genome Sciences Centre is looking for a senior bioinformatician to develop data sharing and "big data" analytical approaches, as part of an initiative funded by the Terry Fox Research Institute to develop a Canadian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Network.
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Job Post-doctoral Fellow or Research Associate in Personalized Cancer Genomics
by Marilyn Gillespie published Apr 11, 2018
The Genome Sciences Centre Department within BC Cancer in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada has an opening for a Post-doctoral Fellow or Research Associate (dependant on relevant experience) to participate within the personalized cancer oncogenomics project.
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Job Post-doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Epigenomics
by Marilyn Gillespie published Feb 26, 2018 last modified Feb 26, 2018 08:26 AM
We are seeking an innovative postdoctoral fellow who is interested in applying his/her expertise towards understanding the role of epigenetic dysfunction in human disease in the Epigenomics Laboratory at the University of British Columbia.
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