Looking for student programmers

We’re looking for students with programming skills (PHP, Python, Ruby and/or Java) to work on open-source health informatics software with the UW’s Clinical Informatics Research Group (http://cirg.washington.edu). Requires significant experience working with Linux systems, and databases; health/clinical experience not necessary. The work will include web & mobile development with open source tools, database management, and software testing. 12-20 hours per week, possibly more during the summer.

This is a paid gig and a great opportunity to gain experience working with teams on domestic and international clinical and public health informatics projects. Likely opportunities for collaboration on posters and publications.

Contact mcjustin<mailto:mcjustin> for more information.

Justin McReynolds
Technical Program Manager
Clinical Informatics Research Group
University of Washington