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The Netherlands Cancer Institute is an internationally recognised centre of scientific excellence. Research is focused on early detection of cancer, improving cancer treatment through imaging and molecular diagnostics, new medicines, improved operating techniques, more effective radiotherapy and combinations of these, epidemiology and psychosocial research.
The Translational Gastrointestinal Oncology (TGO) group focuses on gastrointestinal cancer research, with emphasis on biomarker discovery, validation and implementation for early detection of CRC, namely markers for screening, surveillance, prognosis and response to therapy. This involves omics-based tumour profiling, using DNA-, RNA- and proteomics-based techniques, in order to stratify patient groups and arrive at individual tailored therapies. The group is also heavily involved in Health-RI, the interconnected infrastructure for personalised medicine & health research in the Netherlands (see https://www.health-ri.nl/ for more information), and making translational research data FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable).
The TGO group is one of the research groups within the Division of Diagnostic Translational Oncology (DTO), and is working with a multi-disciplinary team supporting biobanking facilities, data sharing initiatives, translational and clinical research studies and the diagnostic IT processes.
As a bioinformatician/data engineer within our group, you will be responsible for the coordination, data loading and collaborative development of the open-source data-integration platform ‘cBioPortal’ (see https://www.cbioportal.org); both for the local cBioPortal instance hosted at the NKI, as well as for the national cBioPortal instance hosted by Health-RI. In addition, you will aid researchers with FAIR data management and develop procedures to automate data flows for multiple studies.
We seek to recruit an ambitious candidate, holding a MSc or PhD degree, capable of independent thinking, with a proactive attitude and a strong commitment to translational cancer research and implementation in daily clinical practice. You will be working in a multi-disciplinary environment and will therefore need excellent communication skills. Further knowledge and skill requirements include:
It’s a plus if you have experience with:
You will join a dynamic international research group. You will collaborate with scientists and clinicians with expertise in different disciplines. You will have the opportunity to follow high-quality courses offered by the NKI career development program.
The gross salary per month will be from € 2.759,- to € 4.391,- according to the FWG-function group 50-55, and depends on previous experience. The terms of employment will be in accordance with the CAO Ziekenhuizen (Collective Labour Agreement for Hospitals). In addition, a fixed end-of-year benefit forms part of the secondary conditions.
You will start with a contract for a period of 1 year.
The Netherlands Cancer Institute is among the world’s best comprehensive cancer centers, combining innovative fundamental, translational, and clinical research with dedicated patient care. Our research institute gratefully acknowledges funding from the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, the Dutch Cancer Society, and individual donors.
The Netherlands Cancer Institute
Plesmanlaan 125, 1066 CX, Amsterdam
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