My lab, from the Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) Programme, Singapore, is seeking to employ one postdoctoral researcher . This position presents an exciting opportunity to be a global leader in the application of systems biology and omics technologies to guide development of vaccines and therapeutics against emerging infectious diseases. The applicant will be working with a team of scientists and clinicians to use data-science to streamline clinical trials. The job scopes will include, but not limited to, curating existing omics datasets from our clinical trials and other published clinical trials, creating a resource database documenting biological data and designing algorithms/jupyter notebooks for query optimisation. The position comes with the potential for further career development, as well as engaging in translational research.
Applicants must have a PhD in computer sciences, bioinformatics, biological sciences or in any other related disciplines. Each applicant should a strong background in using statistical computer languages, especially R, Python and SQL to enable them to build database systems of high availability and quality. Knowledge on query optimization, analysis and troubleshooting interactions is also highly preferred. With the support from a network of scientist and clinician collaborators, applicants should be highly motivated researchers who wish to make an impact in research.
The post will be subjected to the Duke-NUS Medical School terms and conditions of service, and the salaries will be based on applicants’ experience and track records. To apply, please visit the following address: