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          Medical Coding Executive (Tamil Nadu)      Cache   Translate Page      
Expo Consultancy - Date posted: 12 Sep 2018
Achievers Spot is An ISO 9001:2015 Certified Healthcare Service Provider in Chennai for Medical Coding Jobs. We are Looking For Candidates For Medical Coding Industry. We Offer Medical Coding Trainee Jobs in US Healthcare MNC’s. What is Medical Coding? Medical Coding is the process of conversion of text information related to healthcare services into numeric Diagnosis (Medical Problems) and Procedure (Treatments) Codes using ICD-10 CM and CPT code books. Medical Coding Jobs are Assigned to Life Science, Paramedical & Medical Graduates and Post Graduates. Eligibility: Any Life Science, Paramedical, Medical Graduates and Post Graduates (Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Nursing, , Biotechnology, Plant Biology, Biology, Bio-Medical graduates, Zoology, Botany, Bioinformatics, Genetics, B.O.T, Microbiology, Biochemistry ,Endocrinology, Nutrition & Dietetics, Anatomy, Physiology , Chemistry, Medical Lab Technology, Health Education, M.B.B.S, B.D.S, B.H.M.S, B.A.M.S, etc...) Pay Scale: 14000/- to 17000 per month initially with assured career Growth (Incentives & Benefits as per Corporate Standards) Key Skills: 1) Candidate should be from Any Life Science, Paramedical, Medical Graduates and Post Graduates 2)Must possess Knowledge about Medical Terminologies 3) Must possess Good Written & Verbal Skills Career Growth: Excellent opportunity to enhance your career by getting CPC(Certified Association of Professional Coders) and AHIMA(American Health Information Management Professional Coders) and CCS(Certified Coding Specialist) Certification from AAPC(American Association) respectively....
          Paramount Recruitment: Data Scientist Computational Biology      Cache   Translate Page      
Negotiable: Paramount Recruitment: Data Scientist Computational Biology Data Science, Omics, Bioinformatics, Pharmaceutical Competitive salary, generous relocation package, great work-life balance! A fantastic, challenging new opportunity has become available with a Top Pharmaceu Baden-Württemberg, Germany
          Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: Research Associate - Biostatistics and Computational Biology      Cache   Translate Page      
Yearly Salary: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (affiliated with several Harvard Schools) currently employs 47 PhD biostatisticians and bioinformaticians. Boston, Massachusetts (US)
          Bioinformatician, Sensory Neuroscience - New York, NY - Firmenich - United States      Cache   Translate Page      
Firmenich is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran. At Firmenich, we create an environment in which employees are valued, motivated and...
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          Software Developer, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Cumming School of Medicine      Cache   Translate Page      
University of Calgary - Canada - Position Overview The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the Cumming School of Medicine invites applications.../XAML A background or strong interest in biochemistry or bioinformatics Thorough understanding of object-oriented design and development Good...
          (USA-MI-Grand Rapids) Biostatistician Senior Grand Rapids Full Time      Cache   Translate Page      
Facility: Butterworth Hospital - GRAND RAPIDS, MI Department: Bioinformatics Core Category: Other Classification: Full-time with Benefits (A1) Works with the Quality Improvement team to conduct statistical analysis and quality improvement planning. This position will analyze and interpret data from various sources using established statistical methods. *Basic Qualifications:* Education - Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree in Biostatistics, Statistics, or related field Experience - 2 years of experience typically gained through skills/knowledge/abilities in Managed care Knowledge of computer information systems *Preferred Qualifications:* Experience - Database or programming experience Spectrum Health grants equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, genetic information, marital status, height, weight, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other legally protected category.
           RecPhyloXML: a format for reconciled gene trees       Cache   Translate Page      
Duchemin, W; Gence, G; Arigon Chifolleau, A-M; Arvestad, L; Bansal, MS; Berry, V; Boussau, B; ... Daubin, V; + view all <#> Duchemin, W; Gence, G; Arigon Chifolleau, A-M; Arvestad, L; Bansal, MS; Berry, V; Boussau, B; Chevenet, F; Comte, N; Davín, AA; Dessimoz, C; Dylus, D; Hasic, D; Mallo, D; Planel, R; Posada, D; Scornavacca, C; Szöllősi, G; Zhang, L; Tannier, É; Daubin, V; - view fewer <#> (2018) RecPhyloXML: a format for reconciled gene trees. Bioinformatics 10.1093/bioinformatics/bty389 . (In press). Green open access
          Timing may be everything when taking meds      Cache   Translate Page      
Using new bioinformatics tools to analyze thousands of human tissue samples, researchers at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center created a new database of daily rhythms in human gene activity -- including many genes that regulate how drugs work. Reporting in Science Translational Medicine, researchers say their results could have significant implications for a growing field of study called circadian medicine -- timing the administration of drugs or other therapies to coincide with the body's internal clock.
          Electronics and Software Patent Agent - District of Columbia-Washington      Cache   Translate Page      
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks electronics and software patent agent with preferably 1-3 years of experience preparing and prosecuting software-related applications. The candidate should be USPTO-registered Patent Agent. Must have course and/or industry experience in Computational Biology, Personalized Medicine, Bioinformatics, Synthetics Biology and/or Systems Biology.Must be detail oriented and have strong written and verbal skills.This Amlaw firm specializes in intellectual property and is committed to providing its associates with both a positive work environment and sophisticated work. Flexible scheduling and pro-bono work are aspects highly valued by the firm. This firm has also obtained its second perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index as "Best Place to Work" for LGBT equality.
          Electronics and Software Associate Attorney - District of Columbia-Washington      Cache   Translate Page      
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks electronics and software associate attorney with 1-3 years of experience in patent prosecution. The candidate should be USPTO registered. Must have experience in preparing and prosecuting software-related applications. Should have course and/or industry experience in Computational Biology, Personalized Medicine, Bioinformatics, Synthetics Biology and/or Systems Biology.Must be detail oriented and have strong written and verbal skills.This Amlaw firm specializes in intellectual property and is committed to providing its associates with both a positive work environment and sophisticated work. Flexible scheduling and pro-bono work are aspects highly valued by the firm. This firm has also obtained its second perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index as "Best Place to Work" for LGBT equality.
          Genes out of thin air      Cache   Translate Page      
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Accumulating evidence suggests that new genes can arise spontaneously from previously non-coding DNA instead of through the gradual mutation of established genes. Bioinformaticians at the University of Münster are now, for the first time, studying the earliest stages in the emergence of such “genes ...
          Sep 14, 2018: BME 7900 Seminar - Tzung Hsiai, PhD at Weill Hall      Cache   Translate Page      

This week, we welcome our next seminar speaker, Dr. Tzung Hsiai from UCLA.

Advanced Imaging and Sensing for Digital Medicine
Abstract: During cardiac development, peristaltic contraction of the embryonic heart tube produces time-varying hemodynamic forces and pressure gradients across the atrioventricular canal. However, the relative importance of myocardial contraction and hemodynamic force to modulate cardiac morphogenesis remain poorly understood. By using dual illumination and dual detection light-sheet system, we recapitulate flow-mediated Notch1b-Nrg1-ErbB2 signaling underlying the initiation of endocardial trabeculation for contractile function. We demonstrate myocardial contractile force-mediated Notch1b-endothealial mesenchymal transition underlying valvulogenesis in the ventricular outflow tract. Overall, we integrate advanced optics with zebrafish genetics to provide biomechanical insights into cardiac development with translational implications to congenital heart disease.

Bio: Dr. Hsiai is the Professor of Medicine and Bioengineering. He received his undergraduate education from Columbia University and his medical training from the University of Chicago. He completed his internship, residency and NIH-funded cardiovascular fellowship at UCLA School of Engineering and Medicine, where he developed micro-sensors to study mechano-transduction underlying vascular injury and repair. His group is instrumental in promoting team science that led to the LA PRISM Program between UCLA Bioinformatics and USC Environmental Health. His multi-disciplinary team has converged NIH-funded collaborations with Caltech, Mayo Clinic, Stanford, USC, and UCSD. He has served as the Chair of the American Physiological Society Joint Meeting with Biomedical Engineering Society, Chair of NIH 3-D printing study section, and member of AHA Scientific Planning Committee. He was elected to the American Society for Clinical Investigation, Member of National Institutes of Health Bioengineering, Biotechnology, and Surgical Science Study Section, Fellow of American College of Cardiology, Fellow of American Heart Association, College Fellow of American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE), and the recipient of an American Heart Association John J. Simpson Outstanding Research Achievement Award, USC School of Engineering Junior Faculty Research Award, and UCLA SEAS Distinguished Young Alumnus Award.

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          Product Owner (Life Science/Cloud) - Thermo Fisher Scientific - Woodlands      Cache   Translate Page      
You like the idea of partnering with both internal &amp; external scientists and bioinformaticians to create outstanding clinical and research solutions....
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          Bioinformatic and Biophysical Analyses of Proteins      Cache   Translate Page      

The prevailing dogma in structural genomics is the existence of a strong correlation between protein sequence, structure, and biological function. Proteins with high sequence similarity typically have a similar, if not the same, structure and function. In many cases this logic can fail due to distantly related proteins having very low sequence similarity, a lack of a representative structure, structural novelty, or the absence of a characterized function. Further, the paradigm fails to account for dynamics, which have a significant effect on structural stability and enzymatic efficacy.

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is uniquely capable of solving the structure, assisting with annotation, and deriving the dynamics of previously unstudied proteins. Historically, NMR has been used to calculate structures and dynamics of small or disordered proteins, which could then be used with computational methods to predict function. Predicted annotations are then confirmed by further experimentation such as ligand screens or titrations. The combination of NMR and bioinformatics, therefore, works synergistically to yield significant results, which has the ability to characterize highly complex proteins and fill gaps in the sequence to structure to function paradigm.

This dissertation begins with work accomplished using the Comparison of Active Site Structures (CPASS) software to show the functional evolution of a class of cofactor dependent enzymes and also expands on the utility of CPASS with the implementation of a functional clustering of its database. Described next is an emphasis on protein and peptide structure and the relationship between the experimentally derived ensembles and biological function and dynamics. Recent improvements in the calculation of protein fast-timescale dynamics are then introduced before a final concluding chapter.

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