Full Time | Cambridge | Massachusetts | United States
ABOUT THE JOB
The Scientist I, Bioinformatics develops novel methods for detecting, reporting and analyzing alterations in tumor DNA and RNA, while optimizing existing methods. The incumbent provides scientific and technical contributions for a designated project on an interdisciplinary team. The Scientist I, Bioinformatics is also responsible for supporting novel biomarker and companion diagnostics development by mining and analyzing various types of data generated during the product development and validation process.
Internal applicants, please use your FMI email address.
The Research and Development team at Foundation Medicine is constantly pushing the envelope to transform cancer care.
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