The Summer Internship Program at AVEO provides a unique opportunity for college and graduate students to conduct first-rate cancer research to aid in the development of novel cancer therapeutics. The goal of the program is to expose students to the scientific principles and methods governing basic research in the field of computational biology and bioinformatics in the context of a biotechnology company.
Bioinformatics group is looking for a talented developer to contribute to build a next generation sequencing data processing pipeline and other microarray data analysis tools.
Microarray and next generation sequencing data analysis tool development.
Undergraduate studies in computer science, computational biology or related fields
Experience in object oriented Perl programming
Working knowledge in PostgreSQL and MySQL
Estimated duration of 12 weeks during summer months
Expected to work 40/hrs a week and paid on hourly basis
Public transportation/ parking assistance provided
No health benefits coverage and no housing assistance