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Statistical Geneticist

Statistical Geneticist

CT19

We are proud to be supporting a Biotechnology start-up based in Oxford looking to change the landscape of personalized medicine with their flagship novel technology. This is an incredible opportunity to make a substantial positive impact on healthcare.
 
We are assisting this organization with their search for a Statistical Geneticist, to drive forward the analysis & interpretation of next generation sequencing data. The successful candidate will support R&D projects and clinical studies through creating and establishing tools & methods to allow the analysis of DNA sequence data.
 
Responsibilities:
 

  • Collaborate with the assay design team, creating novel methodologies and classifier algorithms.
  • Generate novel algorithms & methods for the methylation analysis of treated DNA from NGS data.
  • Help develop the code stack, in collaboration with the development team.
  • Help develop machine learning research, finding links between DNA methylation and clinical outcome.
  • Remain in tune with developing literature in the field of statistical analysis of methylation data – relaying these insights to the team.

 
You must have the following experience:
 

  • PhD in statistical genetics, statistics, applied mathematics, or other relevant field.
  • 2+ years working in statistical genetics.
  • 1+ years working with genetic data.
  • Experienced undertaking high-quality, independent research.
  • Proficient in scientific programming (Python and/or R).

 
The ideal candidate would also have experience working in genomics/DNA sequencing, preferably in the oncology field.

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Science & Biotechnology
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