You may want to consider "outline." See the definition below:
If you outline an idea or a plan, you explain it in a general way (source).
However, the verb to outline is about explaining something in general, not discussing something in detail.
So, perhaps, to go into something is more appropriate:
If you go into something, you describe or examine it fully or in detail (source):
I will not go into these texts in any depth as I am sure that many of
you will want to comment on various provisions.
I won't go into too much description of any of these projects.
I will not go into any substantive analysis of this draft resolution.
So, I suggest the following: "I'd like to go into description of the responsibilities and skill sets of a bioinformatics researcher" (in case you really want to pay much attention to the issue).