Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Scientist, High Impact Data- Protein Analytics (52)

Location
Redwood City, CA, US
Posted
Nov 20, 2018
Ref
R1507912
Required Education
Doctorate/PHD/MD
Position Type
Full time
High Impact Data Scientist for Protein Analytics

Job Description:
We are seeking a highly skilled and very enthusiastic data scientist to support the work of our high functioning Protein Analytics group within BMS' Biologics Discovery Center. Using your in-depth knowledge of modern data analytics and visualization, you will build and implement the tools necessary for our group to gain insight into our complex data sets. These data sets are derived from our group's characterization of antibodies and protein and their interactions by mass spectroscopy, biosensors and related analytical techniques.

Specific Responsibilities:
- Working with laboratory scientists, identify gaps where data analytics and/or visualization will help us understand and share our data and results
- Design, build/buy and implement those solutions including coding as necessary where "off the shelve" solutions are not available
- Teach and mentor group members how to use these solutions and/or use these tools yourself to help us and our drug discovery teams choose and advance lead drug candidates
- Assist in the maintenance and continual improvement of your solutions

Requirements:
- PhD with 2+ years, MS with 5+ years or BS with 10+ years of relevant experience. The degree should be in Computational Science, Statistics or related field.
- Proven ability to analyze data from mass spectrometers, biosensors and other modern biologics analytical techniques
- Broad and in-depth knowledge of and experience with leading-edge data analytics and visualization software
- Proven ability to perform at a very high level within a small team of laboratory scientists and drug discovery experts
- Strong knowledge of present and next generation antibody discovery, small scale production and purification and screening
- Excellent written and oral communication skills