Universitätsklinikum Freiburg

As a maximum care hospital with a good 12,000 employees, the Freiburg University Medical Center is one of the largest university hospitals in Germany. Around 1,400 doctors and 3,100 nurses treat around 73,000 inpatients and around 824,000 outpatients every year. As the largest employer in South Baden, the Freiburg University Medical Center offers you various training, further education and training opportunities, various working time models, the compatibility of family and work, health promotion measures and much more. We are always looking for qualified and motivated employees, regardless of whether you are a young professional or have 20 years of professional experience. In its original role, the Freiburg University Medical Center combines health care, research and teaching, always with the aim of to offer patients today and in the future treatment based on the latest scientific findings. A team of specialists is on duty every day to enable health care that goes far beyond the standard. Our scientific work aims at the responsible and at the same time rapid introduction of new therapies that save lives and maintain quality of life. The basis for this is the close and interdisciplinary collaboration between researchers and doctors. Short distances also determine the transfer of knowledge. The wide range of the university clinic offers the medical offspring virtually limitless opportunities to expand their knowledge. Imprint: www.uniklinik-freiburg.de/footernavigation/impressum The University Hospital Freiburg on social media: FACEBOOK: www.

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Universitätsklinikum Freiburg 79110 Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Job Description employment type Temporary contract Full job description The Institute for Medical Bioinformatics and Systems Medicine (IBSM) at the University Medical Center Freiburg is looking for a person to start as soon as possible Data Scientist / Data Engineer   (m/f/d) As a data scientist / data engineer (m/f/d) you will be responsible for the creation of databases, data annotation and development of oncological data sets and research projects in the area of ​​the Saturn 3 project "Spatial and Temporal Resolution of Intratumoral Heterogeneity in 3 hard-to-treat Cancers”.   The aim is to bring together the clinical and research data from eight locations in Germany in a common database, which has previously been structured according to appropriate standards.   For this purpose, an appropriate infrastructure must be created with the aim of making it accessible for automated data processing.   You can expect a diverse range of...