Computational biology research and services are carried out by talented, diverse and specialized collaborative teams. This includes not only scientist faculty members but also a wide range of allied health and technical staff members.
Career opportunities in the Division of Computational Biology are often available at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Minnesota, Florida and Arizona.
Search openings for faculty-level scientists by visiting Mayo Clinic's careers page.
Allied health careers
The Division of Computational Biology has allied health career opportunities for candidates with bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.
The primary allied health job category in the Division of Computational Biology is:
- Bioinformatician. Highly trained and skilled in omics-based bioinformatics and computational biology analyses and interpretation, bioinformaticians are involved in the development and execution of all bioinformatics workflows. Bioinformaticians are responsible for many operational activities in Mayo Clinic's bioinformatics program, including standard analytics, quality control checks, documentation and report generation.
Bioinformatician positions require a graduate degree in bioinformatics or a related field. Prior consulting and project management experience is preferred.
To find and apply for current postdoctoral fellowship openings in the division, search with the keywords "Division of Computational Biology" to review Mayo's postdoctoral temporary research positions.