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21/Mar/2015 Bioinformatics Post-Doc position in Plant Breeding and Genetic Enhancement at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

0 Closed 0 0 bioinformatics, sweden, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, Post-Doc positions 2

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

Sat, 2015-03-21 14:00 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01
21/Mar/2015 Bioinformatics Post-Doc position in Plant Breeding and Genetic Enhancement at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

0 Closed 0 0 bioinformatics, sweden, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, Post-Doc positions 3

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

Sat, 2015-03-21 14:00 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01
21/Mar/2015 Bioinformatics Post-Doc position in Plant Breeding and Genetic Enhancement at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

0 Closed 0 0 bioinformatics, sweden, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, Post-Doc positions 4

The position is funded by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences’s Plant Breeding Platform

Since July 1 2014 a plant breeding platform has been implemented at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Its mission is to promote an internal coordination of SLU’s resources and efforts in plant breeding for agriculture, forestry and horticulture, and includes research, basic education, infrastructure and outreach. It also works to strengthen SLU’s profile in plant breeding in relation to the outside world. Plant breeding is a discipline found in several of SLU’s departments and faculties and needs to be coordinated across different location and faculty boundaries. The plant breeding platform includes the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, the Faculty of Forest Sciences and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science. A committee with two members from each faculty leads the coordination work. Special funds have been set aside for this venture. Each faculty will from 1 July 2015 have the main mentorship for a two-year postdoc position funded by the platform. The three postdoc projects have a clear across-faculty profile with assisting mentors at other faculties and with resources to promote SLU collaboration across campus- and faculty boundaries.

Duties:
Plants produce many thousands of compounds and an important task will be to try to link sequence information and proteins in the regulation of primary plant production and signaling as a response to the environment. An important activity will focus on stress resilience of potato in relation to dual infections by oomycetes and viruses. The postdoc will also perform comparative transcriptome analysis on the crop quinoa analyzing accessions with contrasting protein quantity and quality, as well as on grain tissues from oat genotypes with contrasting oil content. The successful candidate will be placed at the SLU campus in Alnarp and interact with plant researchers and other bioinformaticians, also at other SLU campuses. The person will also be connected to the network of PlantLink, a collaboration involving SLU and Lund University.

Qualifications:
Required for the position is a PhD. We are looking for a person who has experience of computational biology and preferably a background in plant molecular biology or genetics. The candidate should be familiar with some of the following subject areas: functional annotation, data integration, next-generation sequencing (NGS), proteomics and metabolomics. Knowledge of handling large-scale data, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, R) and statistical methods is required. Documented experience of database handling and Unix system administration is favorable. The applicant must have excellent communication skills.

Place of work: Alnarp

Form of employment: Temporary employment 2 years

Extent: 100%

Starting date: 1 July 2015 or as soon as possible after this date

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 821/2015

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden or registrator@slu.se no later than March 25, 2015.

Specific documents attached: CV including list of publications, description of previous research and current research interest, contact details to at least two reference persons.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

Sat, 2015-03-21 14:00 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01 Sat, 2015-03-21 14:01
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics at Institute of Toxicology and Genetics, Karlsruhe (DE)

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

0 Closed 0 0 PhD, molecular biology, bioinformatics, ITG, Karlsruhe 0

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Sun, 2015-03-01 13:02 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics at Institute of Toxicology and Genetics, Karlsruhe (DE)

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

0 Closed 0 0 PhD, molecular biology, bioinformatics, ITG, Karlsruhe 1

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Sun, 2015-03-01 13:02 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics at Institute of Toxicology and Genetics, Karlsruhe (DE)

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

0 Closed 0 0 PhD, molecular biology, bioinformatics, ITG, Karlsruhe 2

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Sun, 2015-03-01 13:02 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics at Institute of Toxicology and Genetics, Karlsruhe (DE)

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

0 Closed 0 0 PhD, molecular biology, bioinformatics, ITG, Karlsruhe 3

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Sun, 2015-03-01 13:02 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics at Institute of Toxicology and Genetics, Karlsruhe (DE)

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

0 Closed 0 0 PhD, molecular biology, bioinformatics, ITG, Karlsruhe 4

Description:

Apobec proteins constitute a small family of proteins involved in RNA editing. Apobec2 morphant zebrafish show a muscle attachment defect. In addition, a role in epigenetic regulation has been suggested. The aim of this project is to deep-sequence the transcriptome of Apobec2 morphants and by comparison with control transcriptomes identify Apobec2 dependent polymorphisms that would be correlated with the observed dystrophic phenotypes observed in the knock-downs. The candidates will be further investigated by RT-PCR, in situ expression analysis and functional tests such as rescue of the morphants by in vitro engineered edited mRNAs. The role of the candidate genes in muscle attachment will be investigated by knock-down and in-depth in situ expression studies.

The 3-year PhD thesis will focus on using molecular biology, cell biology and bioinformatics methods to identify candidate genes for Apobec2 dependent RNA polymorphisms correlated with dystrophic phenotypes.

The thesis work will be performed in the laboratory of Uwe Strähle at the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biology, chemistry and engineering in a trans-disciplinary research environment. It features one of Europe's largest fish facilities and is well equipped with microscopy and sequencing/bioinformatics expertise.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in molecular biologist and with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is an asset. As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.

 

Application deadline: March 31st 2015

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contact:
Pr. Uwe.Straehle@kit.edu and Dr. Olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG)
http://www.itg.kit.edu
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Sun, 2015-03-01 13:02 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:29
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Rapid Identification of ENU Mutants by HTS Sequencing, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
0 Closed 0 0 PhD, KIT, bioinformatics, High-throughput, Zebra fish 0
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Sun, 2015-03-01 13:14 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Rapid Identification of ENU Mutants by HTS Sequencing, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
0 Closed 0 0 PhD, KIT, bioinformatics, High-throughput, Zebra fish 1
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Sun, 2015-03-01 13:14 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Rapid Identification of ENU Mutants by HTS Sequencing, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
0 Closed 0 0 PhD, KIT, bioinformatics, High-throughput, Zebra fish 2
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Sun, 2015-03-01 13:14 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Rapid Identification of ENU Mutants by HTS Sequencing, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
0 Closed 0 0 PhD, KIT, bioinformatics, High-throughput, Zebra fish 3
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Sun, 2015-03-01 13:14 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26
05/Mar/2015 PhD position in Rapid Identification of ENU Mutants by HTS Sequencing, at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
0 Closed 0 0 PhD, KIT, bioinformatics, High-throughput, Zebra fish 4
Description: 
Among vertebrates zebrafish is uniquely suited to identifying the molecular functions of genes by mutagenesis screening. A major obstacle in this approach is the molecular identification of the affected gene. We aim to address this problem in a systematic and efficient manner, based on RNA sequencing, with the aim of providing annotation for a subset of the stocks maintained at our European Zebrafish Resource Center (EZRC). Similar approaches have already been used in the zebrafish but never at a large scale.
The PhD thesis will focus on development of a software pipeline for data analysis, and validating it by sequencing of 3 previously uncharacterized myogenesis mutants which mimic myopathies and neuropathies of humans. The identified mutations will be further characterized by transcriptional profiling using RNA sequencing.

The thesis work will be performed at the sequencing facility of the KIT Institute of Toxicology and Genetics (ITG). The institute combines biologists, chemists and engineers in a unique trans-disciplinary research environment. The facility is equipped with a HiSeq 1500 sequencer and has access to the Large-Scale Data Facility of the Steinbuch Computing Center. Computational analysis of the data will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Bernard Peers (GIGA, Brussels). Confirmation of the results by biological means will be performed in collaboration with the laboratory of Uwe Strähle (ITG) which is working on myogenesis mutations.

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with a background in bioinformatics or molecular biologist with strong interest into bioinformatics. Familiarity with NGS data, Perl and R based software tools is a strong advantage.
As part of the EU-funded Zencode-ITN Training Network this position is open to early stage researchers of any nationality who have obtained their first degree qualifying for a doctorate within four years of recruitment and who must not have spent more than 12 months of the last three years before recruitment in Germany. The position will involve several secondments to other Zencode-ITN partner institutions in order to provide a broad range of research experience and soft skills.
Contacts:
olivier.armant@kit.edu
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics KIT Campus North
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
D-76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
Germany

Starting date: As soon as possible.

Application deadline: April 14th 2015
Please send your CV and motivation letter to robert.geisler@kit.edu
 
Sun, 2015-03-01 13:14 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26 Thu, 2015-03-05 12:26
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 0 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 0

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 0 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 1

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 0 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 2

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 0 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 3

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 0 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 4

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 0 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 5

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 0 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 6

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 1 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 0

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 1 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 1

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 1 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 2

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 1 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 3

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 1 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 4

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 1 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 5

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
09/Feb/2015 Call for interest: SIX permanent positions in bioinformatics at SciLifeLab across Sweden

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

0 Closed 0 1 job, permanent, scilifelab, bioinformatics, bioinformatician, advanced, sweden 6

Call for interest: Six (6) permanent positions providing advanced bioinformatics support, located at SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Platform nodes across Sweden.

The bioinformatics platform at SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure in rapid growth and development, now looking for 6 permanent staff members to join the Bioinformatics Long-term Support team (a.k.a WABI), preferably placed at bioinformatics nodes in Umeå, Linköping, Gothenburg, or Lund. Together with other national bioinformatics staff, the new recruits will aid the build-up of the national platform by establishing local platform nodes.

The successful candidates have a PhD or similar relevant working experience from advanced studies within bioinformatics. We are looking for candidates experienced in providing analyses, software solutions, database design and/or user interfaces in areas like whole genome variant discovery, statistical genetics, population genetics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology and integrative bioinformatics

Note that the formal recruit process at the respective university will be started once this call for interest has been evaluated.

 

Deadline for call: February 27th 2015

Contact:
Thomas Svensson, thomas.svensson@scilifelab.se
Björn Nystedt, bjorn.nystedt@scilifelab.se
Managers, SciLifeLab Bioinformatics Long-term Support

Mon, 2015-02-09 14:00 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01 Mon, 2015-02-09 14:01
17/Jan/2015 COST Conference "Next Generation Sequencing: a look into the future”, 16-17 March 2015, Bratislava, Slovakia

Sheraton Hotel Bratislava, Slovakia

  • 16 March (09:00-18:00) Conference “NGS: a look into the future”
  • 17 March (09:00-12:00) COST Action BM1006 Bussines Meeting

The Conference speakers will present the latest Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and their applications, and the requisite storage and analysis systems will be discussed; the training available and required to enable researchers to utilise these technologies in new fields of research will also be presented.

Registration

  • Please send your completed registration form by email to Lubos Klucar
  • Registration deadline: 6 February 2015

Submissions

  • The website will be open for oral presentations and poster submissions soon
  • The Scientific Committee will evaluate submissions received before the deadline, and will select those suitable for presentation (and reimbursement)
  • Submission deadline: 6 February 2015

Web site: http://www.seqahead.eu/Bratislava_2015

Sheraton Hotel Bratislava, Slovakia

  • 16 March (09:00-18:00) Conference “NGS: a look into the future”
  • 17 March (09:00-12:00) COST Action BM1006 Bussines Meeting

The Conference speakers will present the latest Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and their applications, and the requisite storage and analysis systems will be discussed; the training available and required to enable researchers to utilise these technologies in new fields of research will also be presented.

Registration

  • Please send your completed registration form by email to Lubos Klucar
  • Registration deadline: 6 February 2015

Submissions

  • The website will be open for oral presentations and poster submissions soon
  • The Scientific Committee will evaluate submissions received before the deadline, and will select those suitable for presentation (and reimbursement)
  • Submission deadline: 6 February 2015

Web site: http://www.seqahead.eu/Bratislava_2015

0 Closed 0 0 next generation sequencing technologies, Training 0

Sheraton Hotel Bratislava, Slovakia

  • 16 March (09:00-18:00) Conference “NGS: a look into the future”
  • 17 March (09:00-12:00) COST Action BM1006 Bussines Meeting

The Conference speakers will present the latest Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and their applications, and the requisite storage and analysis systems will be discussed; the training available and required to enable researchers to utilise these technologies in new fields of research will also be presented.

Registration

  • Please send your completed registration form by email to Lubos Klucar
  • Registration deadline: 6 February 2015

Submissions

  • The website will be open for oral presentations and poster submissions soon
  • The Scientific Committee will evaluate submissions received before the deadline, and will select those suitable for presentation (and reimbursement)
  • Submission deadline: 6 February 2015

Web site: http://www.seqahead.eu/Bratislava_2015

Sat, 2015-01-17 19:47 Sat, 2015-01-17 19:50 Sat, 2015-01-17 19:50 Sat, 2015-01-17 19:50
17/Jan/2015 COST Conference "Next Generation Sequencing: a look into the future”, 16-17 March 2015, Bratislava, Slovakia

Sheraton Hotel Bratislava, Slovakia

  • 16 March (09:00-18:00) Conference “NGS: a look into the future”
  • 17 March (09:00-12:00) COST Action BM1006 Bussines Meeting

The Conference speakers will present the latest Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and their applications, and the requisite storage and analysis systems will be discussed; the training available and required to enable researchers to utilise these technologies in new fields of research will also be presented.

Registration

  • Please send your completed registration form by email to Lubos Klucar
  • Registration deadline: 6 February 2015

Submissions

  • The website will be open for oral presentations and poster submissions soon
  • The Scientific Committee will evaluate submissions received before the deadline, and will select those suitable for presentation (and reimbursement)
  • Submission deadline: 6 February 2015

Web site: http://www.seqahead.eu/Bratislava_2015

Sheraton Hotel Bratislava, Slovakia

  • 16 March (09:00-18:00) Conference “NGS: a look into the future”
  • 17 March (09:00-12:00) COST Action BM1006 Bussines Meeting

The Conference speakers will present the latest Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and their applications, and the requisite storage and analysis systems will be discussed; the training available and required to enable researchers to utilise these technologies in new fields of research will also be presented.

Registration

  • Please send your completed registration form by email to Lubos Klucar
  • Registration deadline: 6 February 2015

Submissions

  • The website will be open for oral presentations and poster submissions soon
  • The Scientific Committee will evaluate submissions received before the deadline, and will select those suitable for presentation (and reimbursement)
  • Submission deadline: 6 February 2015

Web site: http://www.seqahead.eu/Bratislava_2015

0 Closed 0 0 next generation sequencing technologies, Training 1

Sheraton Hotel Bratislava, Slovakia

  • 16 March (09:00-18:00) Conference “NGS: a look into the future”
  • 17 March (09:00-12:00) COST Action BM1006 Bussines Meeting

The Conference speakers will present the latest Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and their applications, and the requisite storage and analysis systems will be discussed; the training available and required to enable researchers to utilise these technologies in new fields of research will also be presented.

Registration

  • Please send your completed registration form by email to Lubos Klucar
  • Registration deadline: 6 February 2015

Submissions

  • The website will be open for oral presentations and poster submissions soon
  • The Scientific Committee will evaluate submissions received before the deadline, and will select those suitable for presentation (and reimbursement)
  • Submission deadline: 6 February 2015

Web site: http://www.seqahead.eu/Bratislava_2015

Sat, 2015-01-17 19:47 Sat, 2015-01-17 19:50 Sat, 2015-01-17 19:50 Sat, 2015-01-17 19:50
11/Dec/2014 Post-Doc Positions in Bioinformatics/Computational Biology/Biostatistics at the University of Florida
The A. Conesa lab, in the department of Microbiology and Cell Sciences at the University of Florida, is seeking enthusiastic and accomplished postdoctoral fellows in three major areas of research:
•Next generation functional annotation of isoform resolved transcriptomics data
•Statistical and bioinformatics analysis of multi-omics data
•Development of novel functional genomics tools for non-model organisms
 
Work in the Conesa's lab combines computational research with wet-lab research to support bioinformatics developments. We seek individuals that will thrive in a multidisciplinary team composed of computational biologists, (bio)informaticians and biostatisticians.  The research group is located in the UF Genomics Institute, a multi-departmental Center on Genomics and Cancer Research (http://ufgi.ufl.edu/), next to the major UF sequencing facility and with direct access to the HiPerGator supercomputer (http://www.it.ufl.edu/units/research-computing/).
 
Candidates should hold a PhD degree in high-throughput biology, genomics, computational biology or biostatistics, be acquainted with the analysis of high-throughput sequencing data and have a broad interest in the functional aspects of gene expression.
 
If you are interested, please, send your CV and motivation letter to:
Ana Conesa
MSC-University of Florida
 
More information on Dr. Conesa and her research can be found at:
The A. Conesa lab, in the department of Microbiology and Cell Sciences at the University of Florida, is seeking enthusiastic and accomplished postdoctoral fellows in three major areas of research:
•Next generation functional annotation of isoform resolved transcriptomics data
•Statistical and bioinformatics analysis of multi-omics data
•Development of novel functional genomics tools for non-model organisms
 
Work in the Conesa's lab combines computational research with wet-lab research to support bioinformatics developments. We seek individuals that will thrive in a multidisciplinary team composed of computational biologists, (bio)informaticians and biostatisticians.  The research group is located in the UF Genomics Institute, a multi-departmental Center on Genomics and Cancer Research (http://ufgi.ufl.edu/), next to the major UF sequencing facility and with direct access to the HiPerGator supercomputer (http://www.it.ufl.edu/units/research-computing/).
 
Candidates should hold a PhD degree in high-throughput biology, genomics, computational biology or biostatistics, be acquainted with the analysis of high-throughput sequencing data and have a broad interest in the functional aspects of gene expression.
 
If you are interested, please, send your CV and motivation letter to:
Ana Conesa
MSC-University of Florida
 
More information on Dr. Conesa and her research can be found at:
0 Closed 0 0 Post-Doc positions 0
The A. Conesa lab, in the department of Microbiology and Cell Sciences at the University of Florida, is seeking enthusiastic and accomplished postdoctoral fellows in three major areas of research:
•Next generation functional annotation of isoform resolved transcriptomics data
•Statistical and bioinformatics analysis of multi-omics data
•Development of novel functional genomics tools for non-model organisms
 
Work in the Conesa's lab combines computational research with wet-lab research to support bioinformatics developments. We seek individuals that will thrive in a multidisciplinary team composed of computational biologists, (bio)informaticians and biostatisticians.  The research group is located in the UF Genomics Institute, a multi-departmental Center on Genomics and Cancer Research (http://ufgi.ufl.edu/), next to the major UF sequencing facility and with direct access to the HiPerGator supercomputer (http://www.it.ufl.edu/units/research-computing/).
 
Candidates should hold a PhD degree in high-throughput biology, genomics, computational biology or biostatistics, be acquainted with the analysis of high-throughput sequencing data and have a broad interest in the functional aspects of gene expression.
 
If you are interested, please, send your CV and motivation letter to:
Ana Conesa
MSC-University of Florida
 
More information on Dr. Conesa and her research can be found at:
Thu, 2014-12-11 14:55 Thu, 2014-12-11 14:55 Thu, 2014-12-11 14:55 Thu, 2014-12-11 14:55

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