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The Geraghty Lab is seeking an outstanding and experienced Staff Scientist to help with informatics development supporting the operation of a molecular genotyping laboratory capable of executing state of the art genotyping methodologies for disease association studies. The incumbent will be provided the opportunity to support the development of tools for the genetic analysis of the immune response and the causal relationships to diseases. The group uses a variety of conventional and specialized in-house gene sequencing assays in biotechnology development.