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Bioinformatics scientists or analysts use AI and computational techniques to analyze biological data, such as genomics and proteomics, to extract meaningful insights and support research efforts.
Description: Machine learning engineers in biotech develop and implement AI and machine learning algorithms to process and interpret biological data, contributing to drug discovery, genomics, and other applications.
Description: Computational biologists leverage AI and computational tools to model and simulate biological processes, analyze biological data, and design experiments to advance research in biotechnology.
Description: AI research scientists in biotech focus on pushing the boundaries of AI technology in the context of biological research. They develop new AI models and techniques for applications like drug discovery, disease prediction, and genomics.
Description: Clinical data scientists use AI to analyze clinical data, patient records, and medical imaging to aid in diagnostics, treatment planning, and patient care within the biotech and healthcare industries.
Description: Bioinformatics software engineers create software and tools that enable the efficient analysis and management of biological data using AI and computational techniques.
Description: Genomic data analysts specialize in processing and interpreting genomic data using AI and computational methods to identify genetic variations, biomarkers, and their relevance to diseases.