Current Open positions as below. Please apply to if interested.

Bioinformatician I/ Day/ Full Time/ Channing Division of Network Medicine - (3128954)

The Channing Division of Network Medicine (CDNM) is an interdisciplinary group of physicians, epidemiologists, computational biologists, and basic scientists focused on the study of respiratory diseases. As a world leader in multi-omic data generation for the study of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), the CDNM is looking for a highly motivated bioinformatics analyst interested in multi-omic data integration and software package development. The analyst will join a team of bioinformaticians and work directly with Dr. John Platig, an Instructor at Harvard Medical School and computational biologist, and Dr. Edwin Silverman, a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Chief of the CDNM. As part of this team, the analyst will be responsible for processing and integrating proteomics, gene expression, genotype, and protein binding data to address questions related to COPD genetics.

Bioinformatician I 40 Hours / Day / BWH Channing Lab - (3117602)

The Channing Division of Network Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston are looking for exceptional candidates to join the Bioinformatics Core. The core works involves a wide variety of data management challenges of complex data sets, including genomic scale next-generation sequencing data. Projects involve interrogation of the genome, transcriptome and epigenome data utilizing machine learning analysis tools and data analysis pipelines.

The Bioinformatician will be developing and supporting the complex bioinformatics infrastructure needed for the wide range of data collection, transformation, and analysis requirements that will integrate across a wide range of skills and techniques. The Bioinformatician is required to design, create, support applications and software analysis pipelines and secure dissemination of information generated.