The Knowledge Systems Group at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute seeks a Front End Engineer to help build open-source software for precision cancer medicine. Our platforms are focused on mining of cancer genomic data sets and enabling precision medicine initiatives at DFCI.
The Front-End Software Engineer is an exceptional candidate who has extensive web application development experience and a passion for open-source software development.
The candidate must demonstrate outstanding personal initiative and the ability to work effectively as part of a team. Ability to meet deadlines and efficiently multitask is a must.
Previous experience in bioinformatics is highly desirable, but not required.
How to Apply
Email a short description of your interest with your resume / CV directly to: Ethan Cerami: cerami AT jimmy.harvard.edu.
Located in Boston, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute brings together world renowned clinicians, innovative researchers and dedicated professionals, allies in the common mission of conquering cancer, HIV/AIDS and related diseases. Combining extremely talented people with the best technologies in a genuinely positive environment, we provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients of all ages; we conduct research that advances treatment; we educate tomorrow's physician/researchers; we reach out to underserved members of our community; and we work with amazing partners, including other Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is an equal opportunity employer and affirms the right of every qualified applicant to receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, age, ancestry, military service, protected veteran status, or other groups as protected by law.
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