Bioinformatics Research Technician
Division: College of Arts & Sciences
# of Openings: 1
Position Type: Staff
Type: Regular Full-Time
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NYIT's College of Arts and Sciences seeks Bioinformatics Research Technicians, Scientists, or equivalents on the Manhattan Campus.
The laboratory of Prof. Shenglong Zhang (http://rnamodifications.org) at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) invites applications for a grant opportunity, which focuses on the development of next generation mass spectrometry-based RNA sequencing methods. This includes development of methods to directly sequence RNAs, to examine their associated modifications, and to explore the potential roles of RNA modifications, e.g., in COVID-19, cancer biology, and metabolic diseases. The candidate will join an NIH-funded interdisciplinary research project, and a team of scientist and engineers, e.g., from Columbia University in NYC. The candidate will have ample opportunities to acquire and develop new skills, work closely in a supportive, highly collaborative, and energetic environment with the PIs and collaborators in both academia and industry, and communicate results to the scientific community through conference presentations, patents and peer-reviewed publications.
- A MS, PhD (or equivalent) with strong background in computational sciences, bioinformatics or computer programming using Python/Java, and/or algorithmic development
- Experiences in sequencing technique, liquid chromatography and mass spectrometric methods is strongly preferred.
- Excel in communication and writing
- Experience in data sciences, computer programming using Python/Java, and/or algorithmic development is a plus
Application information: The position is open immediately, although the start date is flexible
To apply, please send your 1) cover letter with your career interests, 2) curriculum vitae, 3) description of previous research and research accomplishments in a single pdf file, and 4) arrange three references.
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