Umbilical Life
Closing date
26 Sep 2020

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R & D , Bioinformatics, Biology, Biotechnology, Genetics and Genomics, Proteomics
Full Time
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Jonathan Cunliffe is supporting a Global Biotechnology based in Germany in the search of a Research Bioinformatician with multi-omics analysis experience to join a growing scientific team.

Accountable For:

  • Analysing & implementing multi-omics data analysis, developing tools and contribute to the drug discovery process.
  • Define standardised data collection and wrangling pipelines from a variety of experimental assays.
  • Support target/biomarker identification and stratification of patients.
  • Close collaboration with cross functional project teams over multiple research programs.
  • Develop the data integration workflow for the company platform.


  • Degree (ideally MSc or PhD) in Bioinformatics, computer science or related field.
  • Have experience working with multi-omics datav analysis.
  • Experience with R packages like Bioconductor, limma, EdgeR, DESeq2, WGCNA.
  • Computational background.
  • Experience with software development methodology.

For a confidential discussion, contact Jonathan Cunliffe at Umbilical or email 

Umbilical will be a world leading provider of workforce solutions in Science, Technology and Engineering. 

Blending innovation and a commitment to entrepreneurship, we will ensure our customers and colleagues achieve the highest levels of satisfaction.

With nearly 75 years of workforce industry experience between us we know a lot, but not everything. 

We have created a Mission, Vision and a set of clear Values, providing‘guiding light’ as we all start building this Culture, or as we call it the CODE.   


Contact Us
  • Premier House
  • 9 Rutland Street
  • LE1 1RE
  • GB
  • 011 6 461 0070
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