An opportunity has arisen to join our world leading software development and bioinformatics team in our Cancer Ageing and Somatic Mutation Programme.
We are looking for two bright, enthusiastic individuals who enjoy working together in multi-disciplinary agile teams. The role involves working closely with our talented scientific and IT staff to help develop novel analysis strategies and software systems to further our understanding of the role of mutations in cancer and ageing.
Come and join our talented team, we have excellent facilities, a flexible working environment and are set in 125 acres of beautiful grounds.
The CASM IT team has developed a suite of algorithms to analyse genetic variation in cancer and normal genomic data. This includes software to detect genetic variation (e.g. single-base substitutions, structural rearrangements, copy number changes) and the ability to annotate the resulting variants and mine the data for interesting patterns and signatures (https://github.com/cancerit).
The CASM Division has led the way in the systematic analysis of cancer and normal genomes by using the human genome sequence and high throughput mutation detection techniques to identify somatically acquired sequence variants/mutations and hence identify genes critical in the development of human cancers and disease.
Salary per annum: £36,379-£43,219
Please apply with your CV and a covering letter outlining how you meet the criteria set out above.
Closing Date: 31st March 2023
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