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Computer scientist or bioinformatician (m/f/div)

A full time position, the possibility to acquire a PhD, TVÖD13 salary range, published: 29 July 2020

Bioinformatics project for clinical applications

The German Rheumatism Research Center (DRFZ) Berlin is a member of the Leibniz Association and is dedicated to the interdisciplinary research of rheumatic diseases. It is one of the leading institutes in the field of immunology, experimental rheumatology and rheumatoid arthritis epidemiology.

Our group (AG Baumgrass) (https://www.drfz.de/en/forschung/pb1/ag/signaltransduktion/) is working on molecular mechanisms of lymphocyte activation and activation-induced cell fate decisions to understand the role of immune cells in chronic inflammatory diseases (such as allergy and SLE). Our focus is on regulation of cytokine co-expression, digital decision making and protein-based pattern recognition of immune cells under physiological and pathological conditions.

We are looking for a highly motivated, independent and responsible

Computer scientist or bioinformatician (m/f/div)

for further development of our innovative analysis strategy PRI (Pattern recognition of immune cells) for clinical applications.

We expect:

– completed university degree in informatics, bioinformatics or similar

– experience with programming (R would be great)

– cooperation with other bioinformaticians in a network project

– experience in machine learning approaches would be great

We offer:

– a full time position

– an attractive working environment

– challenging research activities

– the possibility to acquire a PhD

– additional education by the Leibniz Graduate School on Chronic Inflammation

Application:

Please send your detailed application as one combined PDF-file (with CV, letter of motivation, certificates, and references) by e-mail to Prof. Dr. Ria Baumgrass (baumgrass@drfz.de).

The DRFZ is an equal opportunity/affirmative-action employer, committed to excellence through diversity, and strongly encourage applications of women and underrepresented groups. Applications made by women and individuals with disabilities will be given preferential consideration, if qualified accordingly.

Signaltransduktion Prof. Dr. Ria Baumgrass Tel +49 (0)30 28460-732/699 baumgrass@drfz.de Zur Person
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