The individual will also analyze next generation sequencing data for cancer-related alterations with a close attention to detail and generate reports for physicians, academic researchers and pharmaceutical clients. The successful candidate will be able to evaluate procedures and work closely in a team environment to develop, optimize and quality-control bioinformatics, analysis, and reporting pipelines.
The Medical Ontology Research (MOR) project requires the services of an experienced programmer to develop and maintain software tools in support of research at the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications (LHNCBC), National Library of Medicine (NLM).
Analyzes actual and predictable interacting operational activities of business to obtain a quantitative, rational basis for decision making through the application of logic and scientific or economic disciplines and techniques.
The Pharmacovigilance (PV) Scientist role works collaboratively with the Global Safety Physician (GSP) and Senior PV Scientist with the review of safety data and related documents for potential safety issues. You will have the ability to provide authoring and PV input to safety documents and regulatory reports.
The successful candidate will develop and optimize cutting-edge diagnostic technologies for use as an IVD. Background in product development for Class II and III assays is preferred. Expertise in design control desired.
Specific duties will vary by project but will generally involve performing some combination of research, design, analysis, hands-on prototyping, testing, experimentation, and/or modeling and simulation of communications networks on a wide variety of projects to solve our nations most complex problems.
Responsible for researching emerging information technology trends related to Surface Transportation, evaluating existing and potential ramifications on the services we provide, and supporting the implementation of technology in the transportation space.