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Analyst/Sr. Analyst, Bioinformatics - Molecular Cardiovascular Biology
DescriptionExpected Starting Salary Range: 27.60 - 35.28REPRESENTATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES Perform data analysis for research projects: Work collaboratively with research groups for the analysis of single-cell and bulk genomic datasets. Perform quality control, sequence alignment, statistical analyses, functional annotation and network. Integrate in house and public datasets across from different patients, disease states and across species. Evaluate the contribution of complex biological or technological covariates from large-scale genomic results (e.g., batch effects, sex). Evaluate results at the gene, pathway and systems-level, integrating detailed biological knowledge at different steps in the analysis. Apply statistical analysis or


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