South San Francisco
California, United States of America
Associate Scientist/Scientist - Bioinformatics (Microbiome)
The Biomarker Discovery OMNI department is seeking a motivated, interactive and flexible Associate Scientist/Scientist to support microbiome analysis with a focus on clinical and pre-clinical datasets. The successful candidate will use computational approaches as part of an integrated multi-omics team to investigate the microbiome and microbiome-host interactions, with the goal of identifying and monitoring changes in biomarkers relevant to disease or the identification of novel therapeutic targets. The candidate will be expected to work jointly with the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology group at Genentech, with the potential for a joint appointment in both departments.
For more information on the Keir lab, see https://www.gene.com/scientists/our-scientists/mary-keir
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