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Eli Lilly

Eli Lilly is looking for a Senior Research Scientist, Information Technology, in Indianapolis, IN. According to the post, “The successful candidate for this role will: Leverage a growing compendium of electronic medical record (EMR) data and associated genomic results to increase understanding of disease mechanism and inform on target and biomarker identification; Develop and apply data analysis strategies for identification of drug-drug interactions using external data resources (e.g. FAERS, NHANES, PharmGKB, Drugbank); Actively work with IT colleagues in building modern data foundations and analytic tools for knowledge discovery from external healthcare and genomics information sources.”


Qualifications for the position include: “Ph.D. in Medical Informatics, Computational Biology, Computer Science, or related field. 5+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical or biotech industries or an academic position in applied life science research. Knowledge of public-domain resources for genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics. Sound understanding of statistics, proficiency programming in the R statistical package. Expertise in machine learning and complex data visualization. Highly experienced with relational databases, graph databases, semantic data integration (triple stores, OWL, RDF) and the development of ontologies. Highly experienced with interpreted languages such as Perl or Python.”


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