Bioinformatics Position

Nick Staffa Staffa at niehs.nih.gov
Fri Feb 27 12:44:36 EST 1998

Technology Planning and Management Corporation in Research Triangle
Park, North Carolina provides computational support to biomedical
researchers at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. 

We are looking for candidates to work in genomic bioinformatics
providing cutting edge technological support in the development of two
core labs for gene sequencing and expression analysis, and to
collaborate with NIEHS scientists. Work on a human genomic polymorphism
database and a cDNA database for expression analysis is initially

>> A Ph.D {or equivivalent} in genetics, molecular or cell biology or related field.
>> An intermediate to detailed level of understanding of molecular genetics.
>> Experience with computational tools for searching genomic, chromosome, and other sequence databases to find and analyse homologies, known genes, motifs, mutations, promoters, regulatory sequences and open reading frames.
>> Experience with web-based resources for genomics and sequence analysis. 
>> Experience with GCG package for sequence analysis.
>> Experience in Filemaker Pro or similar relational database desirable.
>> Good interpersonal and communication skills a must.
>> High level of enthusiasm.

Successful candidate will join TPMC’s Science Support Group composed of
seven Ph.D. level scientists and computer specialists.   Collaboration 
on short term and long term projects from various NIEHS labs is a
possibility as is the proposal and development of your own projects
related to science applications and the internet.

E-mail or FAXed resumes are welcome.

Mail resumes to:
Jerry MacNabb
Assistant Program Manager
Technical Planning and Management Corporation
2222 Chapel Hill - Nelson Highway 
Durham, NC 27713
Phone: (919) 361-5444 ext. 421
FAX: (919) 361-9680

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