A full-time programmer position is available in the "Plant Genomics/
Systems Biology" laboratory headed by Dr. Gloria Coruzzi, in the
Department of Biology at New York University. The successful
candidate is expected to work together with biologists and
bioinformaticians on an NSF funded Bioinformatics Project entitled
"VirtualPlant" to develop web-based software that helps biologists
analyze, integrate and visualize large-scale data sets (genomic
experiments). The applicant should have a technical background and
computational skills that allows developing appropriate
bioinformatics tools and algorithms for analysis, visualization and
public dissemination of information derived from studies of genomes.
The candidate must have or be working towards a degree in Computer
Science, Math or a related field and have demonstrated programming
experience in the development of web-based software.
- Fluent in Object Oriented PERL.
- Fluent in SQL and database management.
- Java experience is a plus.
- R language is a plus.
- Knowledge of Biology is a plus.
Promising candidates will be interviewed and given a mini-project to
accomplish before the hiring decision is made.
This position includes health care benefits, and tuition remission
(after 3 mo. employment).
Please send cover letter, current resume, and 3 references to Alexis
Cruikshank ([Only registered users see links. ]).