[Rd] Job announcement

Robert Gentleman rgentlem@jimmy.harvard.edu
Tue, 22 May 2001 14:07:59 -0400

I realize this isn't quite the correct forum (but then I don't think
that there is one).
Anyways, I've just been given enough money to hire two programmer for
at least two years to work on the following project:
(for experienced programmers only, please, salary in the 70k range)

To develop a system for the manipulation and analysis of microarray
data.  The system will integrate database management, statistical
methodology and biologically relevant metadata.

Education and/or license: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or
Experience Required: Experience with database programming/ design,
systems design, embedded languages, scripting languages, background in
biology or statistics, image analysis.  Experience with C or C++

The job is in Boston and is posted at monster.com among other places. 
R will be a major component and hence any experience in that regard
would be an asset.
I guess you might even think of it as a very well paying postdoc if
one wanted to do stat computing etc.

I'll be happy to answer questions but you need to apply through the
regular channels if interested.

| Robert Gentleman                 phone : (617) 632-5250                   |
| Associate Professor              fax:   (617)  632-2444                   |
| Department of Biostatistics      office: M1B28
| Harvard School of Public Health  email: rgentlem@jimmy.dfci.harvard.edu   |
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