The Burn Wound and Regenerative Medicine laboratory ran by Dr. Benjamin Levi in the Department of Surgery-Plastic Surgery Section is looking for a post-doctoral fellow with a strong background in biostatistics. The Research Fellow would be joining a basic science and translational laboratory that consists of post-doctoral fellows, a PhD/MD student, medical residents and students, technicians and a research scientist.
Produce single cell analysis Bioinformatics pipelines, including: quality control, clustering, gene expression analysis, data integration (including merging different experimental data sets, and integrating information from biological databases), pathway analysis, single cell trajectories
Storing and managing the data locally
Scientific writing: describe analysis methods and results for scientific journals and reports, including high quality figures
Coordinating with experimental biologists in designing single cell sequencing experiments
PhD in relevant field
Expert in at least one programming language suited for data analysis, such as R, Python, or Matlab
Expert in Biostatistics
Some experience with at least one single cell analysis software (Seurat, Cell Ranger, Pagoda, Monocle, Slingshot, ...)
Knowledgeable in Molecular Biology
This appointment is initially for one year
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