You have a PhD in Bioinformatics, Biostatistics, Computational Biology or similar field, with at least 2 to 5 years of post-doctoral experience in basic or translational research in the field of Immunology.
· You have a strong scientific publication record.
· You enjoy using creative and novel informatic approaches and datasets to bring new insights to biological problems, and then working closely with biomarker scientists to develop those ideas experimentally.
· You have experience working with high dimensional data (e.g. single cell sequence assays, genotype or WGS data, proteomics data, etc.).
· You have experience with bulk RNA and immune repertoire sequencing especially in the context of human immune monitoring.
· You have demonstrated competence in languages such as R or Python for bioinformatics analyses.
· You are intensely curious about the biology of disease and eager to contribute to scientific efforts focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying disease etiology.
· You are able to present complex results, both verbally and in writing, to computational and non-computational audiences.
· You can work successfully as the bioinformatics lead in cross-functional teams that contribute to drug and biomarker development.