[BioC] Bioinformatics Faculty Position available at UCSF Cancer Center
rufang at biostat.ucsf.edu
Thu May 22 05:07:41 CEST 2008
The University of California San Francisco Center for Bioinformatics and
Molecular Biostatistics in the Department of Epidemiology &
and the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center are recruiting
for a full-time Adjunct or In Residence faculty position at the
Associate Professor level in cancer bioinformatics.
Applicants must possess a doctoral degree in statistics,
a closely related discipline. Research experience in biostatistics,
bioinformatics, or a related field of at least two years is required,
and this experience should ideally be in the cancer domain.
The applicant should possess experience and familiarity with genomics
(including array platforms), proteomics, DNA sequence analysis,
bioinformatics tools & algorithms, and the R package. A proven track
record of funded research, preferably from the NIH, and a productive
record of publication is required.
Responsibilities for this position are primarily related to the research
conducted in the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer
Center, where the successful applicant will be a key member of the
Biostatitics/Bioinfomatics Core. The academic appointment will be in
the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics.
Specific responsibilities in the Cancer Center include: liaison with
and translational investigators who utilize genomics and/or proteomics
technologies in their research, with involvements ranging from proposal
development through data analyses; provision of bioinformatics
at all levels; and pursuit of an independent bioinformatics research
becoming partially self-supporting with own grants.
To apply, please send cover letter, CV, and the names of three
references by July 31, 2008 to Phillip Babcock, Department of
Epidemiology & Biostatistics, UCSF, Box 0560, San Francisco, CA
or via email to pbabcock at psg-ucsf.org.
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