Design and perform computational and statistical analyses related to the labâ™s research.
Strive for reproducibility by maintaining well-documented, validated code.
Summarize research results in writing and in oral presentations, including at meetings and conferences. Prepare scientific manuscripts.
Develop new statistical and programming skills.
Develop deep expertise with literature relevant to research project.
Manage the research project with the PI.
Identify potential new research projects.
Creates first drafts for scientific writing and publications, including protocols and grants.
Trains and mentors laboratory personnel.
Performs other related work as needed.
Experience publishing peer-reviewed papers and open-source code.
Experience working on scientific teams, including mentoring junior researchers.
Strong quantitative skills, including in statistical inference.
Strong writing and communication skills.
Commitment to rigorous and reproducible research, including unit and system testing, and version control.
Experience managing projects, including delivering results on deadline.
The role requires the ability to work independently for period of eight (8) hours or more.
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