Semantic Web Jobs: Harvard Medical School

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Harvard Medical School is looking for a Programmer in Boston, MA. According to the post, “The Biomedical Cybernetics Laboratory (BCL) at the Center for Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School ( at Harvard/MIT is seeking a programmer to apply novel research approaches and develop several medical applications using a new electronic health record (EHR)-agnostic application programming interface (SMART). BCL utilizes computational network approaches to develop predictive models for diseases. We are currently developing some new and exciting applications in the medical field that may help both doctors and patients by developing and applying novel translational research approaches.”

Qualifications for the position include the following: “B.S. in computer science or related field. 3 years of programming experience required. Programming proficiency in Python, and Javascript required. M.S. is preferred. Basic statistics course/background a plus. Programming proficiency in Angular JS, REST API, JSON, Linux, R, Java; Experience in JSON-LD, RDF, Objective C is a plus. Good organizational, leadership, communication, and multi-tasking ability. Need to be self-motivating, comfortable working independently, and interested in learning. Other related software programming experience is a plus.”

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