The tumor-immunology research group is seeking a highly motivated researcher for our team at the Department of Biomedicine (DBM) of the University Hospital in Basel/Switzerland. We are looking for a bioinformatician or computer scientist with a focus on AI to analyze high-throughput genomics and transcriptomics data emerging from our immunology studies and clinical trials (e.g. Schultheiß et al., Immunity, 2020; Stein et al., JAMA Oncology, 2022).
The successful candidate will analyze high throughput data from next-generation sequencing (including bulk and single-cell experiments). A repository of immunosequencing data will be used to detect disease-specific and anti-tumor immune signatures using machine learning. You will work in close collaboration with the DBM Bioinformatics Core Facility.
We offer you
We offer you the opportunity to work with cutting-edge technologies and collaborate with renowned scientists in the field. If you are passionate about using AI to advance our understanding of immunology and tumor biology, and are excited about contributing to high-impact research that has the potential to improve cancer treatment, we encourage you to apply. You will be affiliated with the Department of Biomedicine and Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics and integrated into the local bioinformatics community.
Application / Contact
The Department of Biomedicine of the University of Basel hosts over 70 different research groups and offers an international stimulating, dynamic and friendly atmosphere in an attractive city, rich in culture, located in the middle of Europe.
More information about our research can be obtained at: http://biomedizin.unibas.ch.
Please use this link to upload your CV, a summary of your research experience, your scientific interests and contact details of two referees.
For further inquiries about the open position please contact: Prof. Mascha Binder, Head of Medical Oncology: Mascha.Binder@unibas.ch