We are looking for an experienced, passionate practitioner in cloud-based technology with deep understanding of security concepts. You will lead the deployment of an OpenStack-based private cloud and contribute to the development of a flexible and robust computational environment for scientific research. The contract will initially be limited to a period of three years with the possibility of an extension.
For research transparency and reproducibility, funding agencies now require researchers to share their data and the processes they took to collect the data if they want to continue to receive funding. This necessitates support in planning, doing, and finishing data-intensive research. We are therefore looking for an experienced Data Management Specialist, who will work closely with researchers and IT experts translating practical data management challenges into creative and robust solutions.The position is available immediately. The contract will initially be limited to a period of three years with the possibility of an extension.
To consolidate our research support activities in the domain of biostatistics and genomics data analysis, we are now looking for an experienced bioinformatician/biostatistician. The institutes we currently support are primarily the University of Basel (the Biozentrum and life sciences faculties) and the Swiss Tropical and Public Health institute (SwissTPH), with applications in Growth & Development, Infection Biology, Neurobiology, Structural Biology & Biophysics and Computational & Systems Biology. Demand for bioinformatics and biostatistics support from university hospitals is also growing, in particular we anticipate collaborations in the context of the Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN).
The position is available immediately. The contract will initially be limited to a period of three years with the possibility of an extension.
Our successful candidate will collaborate with local research teams in providing advice on experimental design, acting as consultant in data analysis strategies and/or actually conducting analyses and reporting results for specific projects. Hands-on data analysis is expected to be predominantly in relation to high-throughput *omics data and potentially image analysis and structural biology.
In the position, our collaborator will work largely independently, yet will operate in the network of bioinformatics research groups active at the Biozentrum, in the Basel area and at the Swiss level via the dual affiliation with SIB. Ideally, our candidate would also be interested in teaching advanced data analysis techniques to post-graduate biology students and researchers.
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