Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Research Investigator, Translational Bioinformatics, Immunoscience and Small Molecule Immuno-Oncolog

Princeton, NJ, United States
May 23, 2019
Required Education
Position Type
Full time
We are seeking a highly motivated bioinformatician to join our Translational Bioinformatics Immunoscience (IMS) and Small Molecule Immuno-Oncology (smIO) team. The successful candidate will help advance Bristol-Myers Squibb's industry leading IMS pipelines through the strategic application of cutting edge bioinformatics approaches. This team interacts with and influences all aspects at BMS from early discovery through development.


Analyze various -omic-scale data including RNA-Seq, Exome and Whole Genome Sequencing, single cell sequencing, high throughput proteomics, and multiplex flow cytometry in order to nominate novel drug targets, enable patient enrichment strategies, and prioritize combination therapies.

Integrate and mine large-scale external data sets to further our understanding of autoimmune diseases.

Collaborate with bioinformaticians, statisticians and biologists to implement and execute bioinformatics and statistical analysis plans.


Ph.D. in bioinformatics, engineering, statistics, physics, molecular biology, genetics, or a similar discipline.

Strong background in -omic (DNA, RNA, epigenetic, proteomic) data analysis and biological interpretation.

Working knowledge of commercial and publicly available biological databases including NCBI, Ensembl, ArrayExpress/GEO and SRA is expected.

Solid background in Immunoscience biology.

Ability to communicate effectively with biologists, biostatisticians and computational scientists.

Proficiency using R and Bioconductor packages.

Experience working with Linux high performance compute clusters and cloud based computing platforms.

Experience working with data from clinical trials is a plus.