COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGIST- with the Genome Informatics Group at the USDA
National Agricultural Libraray, Beltsville MD. Principle duties involve
bringing genome information to users world-wide via the World Wide Web,
Gopher, CD-ROM and other electronic means.
Appointment will be Research Associate at the University of Maryland which,
is the primary USDA cooperator. Specific duties include development of
complex, multi-database query systems, addressing data modeling issues,
development of new graphic displays for genome information, and
facilitating collaboration with molecular biologists. Some travel, possibly
international, will be required.
Qualifications- A Ph. D. in either molecular biology or computer/information
science and experience in computational biology/bioinformatics. Non-Ph. D.
Candidates will be considered only if they have extensive experience in
computational biology or bioinformatics. The ideal candidate would also
have experience developing database management or query systems,
familiarity with ACEDB or another object-oriented database management system,
programming experience in C and Perl, knowledge of Unix, and experience
in the development of graphic displays.
For full consideration: submit resume and three letters of recommendation
by September 29, 1995 to Dr. Paul J. Bottino, Department of Plant
Biology, University of Maryland, College Park MD 20742 Fax 301-314-9082.