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Uma from USA applies for Blue Card Germany

Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals

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Profession:

Name of profession: Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals Name of latest business sector: Genomics Latest occupation/title: Bioinformatics Research Associate Latest main activities: Bioinformatics application/software development, metagenomics, metatranscriptomics, comparative genomics, RNA-seq, web application development – server & client, high-throughput sequencing analysis, bioinformatics pipeline development, automation of

Education:

Completed education: master Title or Qualification: Bioinformatics Specialisation: Additional trainings:

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | Frankfurt 2. Preferred country | region / city: Austria | Vienna 3. Preferred country | region / city: Sweden | Stockholm

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: 3. Language skills: =>

Personal note /detailed application:

OBJECTIVE\r\n\r\nTo work on challenging interdisciplinary bioinformatics projects with an opportunity to prove and enhance my skill sets.\r\n\r\nSUMMARY OF QUALIFICATONS\r\n\r\nBioinformatics application/software development, metagenomics, metatranscriptomics, comparative genomics, RNA-seq, web application development – server & client, high-throughput sequencing analysis, bioinformatics pipeline development, automation of work-flows, parallel programming of large scale processes, cloud computing, information visualization, algorithms, database design and implementation.\r\n\r\n\r\nEMPLOYMENT\r\n\r\nVermont Genetics Network, Norwich University May, 2012 - present\r\nBioinformatics Research Associate\r\n\r\nInstitute for Genome Sciences, Univ. of MD School of Medicine September, 2010 – April, 2012\r\nBioinformatics Software Engineer\r\n\r\nInstitute for Genome Sciences, Univ. of MD School of Medicine June, 2010 – August, 2010\r\nBioinformatics Intern\r\n\r\nVirginia Commonwealth University August, 2009 – May 2010\r\nGraduate Teaching Assistant\r\n\r\nS.S.N College, Ongole, India June, 2007 – May 2008\r\nLecturer\r\n\r\n\r\nEDUCATION\r\n\r\nCenter for the study of Biological Complexity, Virginia Commonwealth University 2010\r\nM.S in Bioinformatics \r\n\r\nUniversity of Madras, Chennai, India 2007\r\nM.Sc. in Bioinformatics\r\n\r\nOsmania University, Hyderabad, India 2004\r\nB.Sc. in Biotechnology \r\n\r\n\r\nPUBLICATIONS\r\n\r\n• Angiuoli SV, Matalka M, Gussman G, Galens K, Vangala M, Riley DR, Arze C, White JR, White O and Fricke WF. CloVR: A virtual machine for automated and portable sequence analysis from the desktop using cloud computing. BMC Bioinformatics. 2011 Aug; 12:356. \r\n• White JR, Arze C, Matalka M, The CloVR Team, Angiuoli SV & Fricke WF. CloVR-Metagenomics: Functional and taxonomic microbial community characterization from metagenomic whole-genome shotgun (WGS) sequences – standard operating procedure, version 1.0. Nature Precedings. 05 April 2011.\r\n• White JR, Arze C, Matalka M, The CloVR Team, Angiuoli SV & Fricke WF. CloVR-16S: Phylogenetic microbial community composition analysis based on 16S ribosomal RNA amplicon sequencing – standard operating procedure, version 1.0. Nature Precedings. 05 April 2011.\r\n• Galens K, White JR, Arze C, Matalka M, Gwinn MG, The CloVR Team, Angiuoli SV & Fricke WF. CloVR-Microbe: Assembly, gene finding and functional annotation of raw sequence data from single microbial genome projects – standard operating procedure, version 1.0. Nature Precedings. 05 April 2011.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPRESENTATIONS\r\n\r\n• “Community Resource Solutions to Analyze Large Genomic Datasets.” Association of Bio molecular Resource Facilities conference, Palm Springs, CA, March 2013.\r\n\r\n• “Bioinformatics Project Management: Integrated Workflows, Project Tracking, and User Results.” Association of Bio molecular Resource Facilities conference, Palm Springs, CA, March 2013.\r\n\r\n• “Vermont Genetics Network Bioinformatics Core Facility.” Association of Bio molecular Resource Facilities conference, Palm Springs, CA, March 2013.\r\n\r\n• “Vermont Genetics Network Bioinformatics Core Facility.” Northeast Regional Life Sciences Core Directors Meeting, Mountain View Grand Resort, Whitefield, New Hampshire, October, 2012.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nCOMPUTATIONAL SKILLS\r\n\r\n• SYSTEMS – Unix/Linux, Mac, Windows.\r\n\r\n• LANGUAGES – Bash shell, Perl, Java, Ruby, Rails, Python, R, JavaScript, Ext-JS, AJAX, XML, HTML, CSS.\r\n\r\n• DATABASES – MySQL, Database theory.\r\n\r\n\r\nLAB SKILLS\r\n\r\n• PCR \r\n\r\n• DNA cloning\r\n\r\n• Gel electrophoresis\r\n\r\n• Cell culturing.\r\n
 

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