Under direct to general supervision, employ a variety of standard computational sequence analysis (mathematical and computing) tools to model and analyze molecular biological data. Representative duties include but are not limited to: create, set up and manage large biological computer databases; data preparation; employ computational sequence analysis methods for database searches, which may include utilizing existing or developing new algorithms, techniques, and computational statistical methodologies and theories to analyze datasets; maintain the computational infrastructure, as well as control the flow of samples and information for project studies; troubleshoot or modify procedures as required or directed; provide web-based bioinformatics and access to public and proprietary relational databases; may work collaboratively with scientific project teams to successfully implement users’ needs in database searching and integration; perform other related duties as required or assigned.
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