4/27/21 Opening for bioinformatics student researcher
DISC and Research Technology have an open position for an advanced undergraduate or graduate student researcher for the summer of 2021. The project involves data analysis and methods development for `omics research, as part of the DISC multi-omics study group. The student will work closely with Bioinformatics researchers in DISC to develop methods for integrative analysis of single-cell RNA sequencing data and whole exome sequencing data.
- Hours: 20-40 hours/week for the months of June-August 2021, hours and pay rate depend on availability and experience
- Supervisor: Rebecca Batorsky and Paola Sebastiani
- Required skills: proficiency in Linux and R as well as coursework and/or demonstrated interest in Computational Biology/Bioinformatics
Please email Rebecca.Batorsky@tufts.edu for more information.
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