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Bioinformatics Engineer II Genomics Algorithm Development
We are seeking a creative developer with a strong statistics and machine learning background to join Sloan Kettering Institutes Single Cell Research Initiative (SCRI). The teams goal is to develop cutting-edge algorithms to interpret the flood of data emerging from single-cell technologies in order to explore questions in tumor heterogeneity, metastasis and the tumor-immune environment. If you would rather apply your superb programming and analytical skills towards a cancer cure than to finance and shopping carts, our dynamic multi-disciplinary team is the place for you. SCRI is directed by computational biologist Dr. Dana Peer, a pioneer with a strong track record of developing new conceptual approaches and widely used tools in the single-cell analysis fi


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