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Research Fellow in Biomedical Informatics, Paul Avillach Lab
Harvard Medical School, Department of Biomedical Informatics
United States-Massachusetts

The Postdoctoral Fellow will be responsible for developing novel methodologies and applications to facilitate high-throughput phenotype extraction, harmonize content with biomedical ontologies and integrate clinical and molecular genomic data.

The diversity of subject matter will require a creative mind and a candidate capable of deploying imaginative strategies and who is dedicated to solving complex and challenging problems within an interdisciplinary environment.

Qualifications

Basic Requirements
Candidates must have a PhD degree (or MD/PhD.) in biomedical informatics, bioinformatics, Computational Biology, computer science, or a related field. Curriculum in and/or experience with standardized ontologies, terminologies, metadata, and related technologies as well as experience in programming and software development will be necessary for this opportunity. The candidate interested in this position must be highly motivated, willing to learn and demonstrate initiative in assigned tasks. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are crucial.
Additional Requirements
Preferred requirements for this position include experience with the Unified Medical Language Syst

Job Information

Start Dates: July 21, 2019

Duration: Full Time

Status: Open

Contact Information

Harvard Medical School, Department of Biomedical Informatics
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Katherine Flannery
katherine_flannery@hms.harvard.edu
https://dbmi.hms.harvard.edu/careers/postdoctoral-fellows/avillach-lab#avillach1

How To Apply:

Email applications including curriculum vitae, summary statement of personal objective and research interests, PDFs of the best two papers, and the names and email addresses of three references to paul_avillach@hms.harvard.edu