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The Bioinformatics Programmer position will work in a lab focused on developing tools for the genetic analysis of the immune response. The group uses a variety of conventional and specialized in-house gene sequencing assays in biotechnology development. The candidate will work in a small team of programmers and experimental scientists in developing analysis software for a variety of immune response genotyping data sets. This role will focus on refactoring, documenting, and improving a Java codebase as well as implementing various tools in Amazon Web Services. The successful candidate must have excellent communication skills.
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications: