The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC) at Baylor College of Medicine has an immediate opening for an Assistant Professor position. The HGSC was founded in 1996 under the leadership of Dr. Richard Gibbs and is a world leader in genomics.
This position with the Next-Generation Sequencing Informatics (NGSI) group requires a Bioinformatics Programmer with Linux/Unix command line and coding experience. As the HGSC’s Bioinformatics Core, NGSI manages the production, maintenance, and primary analysis of all genome sequencing data at the HGSC, including Illumina HiSeq X and NovaSeq informatics. NGSI also contributes to multiple clinical, Mendelian, and large cohort sequencing studies, specifically in the areas of structural variation and at-scale genomic data science. Under the direction of a senior manager, a qualified candidate will assist with running research informatics pipelines, managing data storage and delivery, and troubleshooting routine production issues.
Under direction of the Center Administrator, plans, coordinates and directs grants and contracts activities for the center. Participates in annual budget planning, development, and monitoring. Performs data analysis and other financial and/or management functions as required. May supervise financial/office support staff and/or manage SAP HR functions, for the organizational unit.
The Human Genome Sequencing Center was founded in 1996 under the leadership of Dr. Richard Gibbs and is a world leader in genomics.
The HGSC Clinical Informatics (HGSC-CL) team is looking for a Project and Process Manager to oversee the execution of multiple high-throughput clinical sequencing projects.