BioHealth Job Opportunities
BioHealth Innovation, Inc. (BHI), a Montgomery County innovation intermediary which translates market-relevant research into commercial success by bringing together among other things management, funding, and markets, is seeking an experienced life science professional with entrepreneurial experience to serve as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR).
BioDatomics is a developer of NGS data analysis software and services. The company has a new opportunity for candidates at the post-doctoral level. The Post-Doc will create pipelines using BioDatomics' BioDT platform to analyze a variety of molecular data types (e.g. gene expression, RNAseq, NGS, microRNA, CNV, etc.) in the context of clinical information. A primary task is to help the team to build and/or leverage existing translational "omics" tools, data analysis pipelines, and workflows to process and help analyze large volumes of data being generated for several important research and clinical areas, including cancer, muscular dystrophy, neurological disorders, and preterm birth.
Candidates must have recent M. Sc., Ph.D., or M.D/Ph.D. in Computational Biology/ Bioinformatics, Human Genomics, Statistical genetics, Molecular Biology, or Biochemistry.
A familiarity with pipelining platforms, bioanalytical toolsets, and a background in pipeline development, and bioinformatics methods is necessary. A successful candidate will have a proven track record of creativity and productivity, and be a highly motivated independent thinker. Previous experience in a clinical or basic research setting in the analysis of genomics data (e.g. next gen sequencing, gene and miRNA expression, metabolomics, pathway modeling etc.) is required. Must be able to work independently as well as on multi-disciplinary teams.
Other desired experience in any of the following:
- Computational biology/bioinformatics background with knowledge of cancer biology, neurology, familial genetics, human genomics, Trio analysis, SNP analysis, GWAS, etc.
- Experience in working with high throughput genomics data from multiple sources.
- Clinical trial experience and an understanding of disease biology at the molecular level.
- Statistical genetics experience.
- Interested in applying NGS technologies to discoveries in cancer genomics and familial diseases.
- Demonstrated ability to drive scientific research and troubleshoot problem areas.
- Adept at coming up with new ideas and solutions and to adapt to new technologies and changing priorities.
The A. James Clark School of Engineering and the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech), an international leader in technology entrepreneurship education and venture creation, seeks a teaching faculty member to join its award-winning team. Leveraging their experiences in technology entrepreneurship, the faculty will teach approximately five courses per year, with an emphasis on undergraduates. Key topics may include customer discovery, marketing strategy, new product design and development, design for manufacturing, industrial design, concurrent engineering, and/or market development and commercialization. The Lecturer will be expected to use innovative teaching approaches to include collaborative learning, project based learning, flipped classroom, online learning, and civic engagement. This person will play an active role in collaborating with student entrepreneurs to launch new ventures.
Optional teaching opportunities, to include online courses and graduate courses, are available for the summer term.
PathSensors, Inc. is a growing biotechnology company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. The company is developing products for the rapidly evolving field of pathogen detection. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of Biosensor Development. The successful candidate will be responsible for design, development and continuous improvement of our portfolio of biosensor products.