The Biomedical Science, Engineering, and Computing (BSEC) Group in the Computational Science and Engineering Division (CSED) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has multiple openings for postdoctoral research associates in the field biomedical data analytics. Our group is committed to conducting research in computational, data, and engineering sciences in the context of biomedical, clinical, and public health disciplines and applying this knowledge to support the nations leading health initiatives.
Research and develop new and novel methods in applied data analytics methods, tools, and architectures that can be used to analyze very large volumes of structured and unstructured biomedical data. Collaborate with BSEC/CSED scientists in a wide variety of data analytics and architecture research. Author peer reviewed papers, technical papers, reports and proposals for internal and external release and represent the organization by giving technical presentations in large public forums. Be a part of a vibrant collaborative research environment which will provide the opportunity to perform cutting-edge research in high-performance computing, using ORNLs Leadership Class Supercomputer. Technical Questions:Georgia TourassiTel: (865) 576-4829Email: THIS EMAIL
Basic Qualifications: Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or closely related field Previous research experience one or more of the following; Bioinformatics, Computational Genomics, Clinical Informatics, Population Health InformaticsPreferred Qualifications: Demonstrated good academic standing, and the ability to conduct independent and significant research. Ability to communicate effectively (both verbal and written). Demonstrated programming ability, and knowledge of python, C/C++, R, Java or other commonly used language. Experience with any data integration technologies. Experience with graph databases. Experience with core semantic technologies (RDF, OWL, SPARQL). Flexibility with regard to the research assignments. Ability to collaborate with scientists, engineers, and sponsors. Capable of producing significant research results, publications, and funding proposals. Additional Information:Applicants cannot have received their PhD more than five years prior to the date of application and must complete all degree requirements before starting their appointment. The appointment length will be up to 24 months with the potential for extension. Initial appointments and extensions are subject to performance and availability of funding.
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