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Staff Associate Position 

"Development of multi-omics analysis software"

The Krumsiek Lab at Weill Cornell Medicine is seeking a full-time Staff Associate to contribute to the development and expansion of Maplet, our versatile omics analysis toolbox designed for standardized data analysis. The position entails not only implementing new features, such as a Shiny-based visual interface for the pipeline, but also maintaining the existing functions of the pipeline to ensure seamless operation.

The successful candidate is expected to have a strong background in R and Python programming and would preferably be familiar with large biological datasets and their statistical analysis. The candidate should be familiar with data visualization, GitHub, and code maintenance.

Our lab is a closely collaborating team from diverse scientific disciplines, embedded in the highly translational and interdisciplinary Englander Institute of Precision Medicine, which brings together computational biologists and clinicians in a strongly collaborative environment.

To apply, send your cover letter, CV, and (optionally) links to code examples, such as a GitHub repo or profile, to 

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