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EMBnet.digest August 2016
A Quick Guide to IMGT/Junction Analysis
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16/Nov/2014 Research Assistant position in Bioinformatics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Bioinformatics is pervasive throughout life sciences and practically all biology related research projects at SLU require the use of bioinformatics tools. The development of bioinformatics tools is well supported through research grants. However, the implementation and utilization of these tools throughout SLU needs to be facilitated. For this purpose, we have establish a Bioinformatics Core Facility within the Bioinformatics group at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics. This hub interacts with other BILS bioinformaticians and take responsibility for providing up to date tools for bioinformatics as well as training Life Science researchers in their use. This position, is primarily funded by BILS and SLU and be part of the SLU Bioinformatics Core Facility.

Duties: The work will focus on routinely defining challenges and demands for bioinformatics tools and getting the opinion of the users of the different life science areas at SLU. The basis of this work is the bioinformatics survey done by SLU in 2010. This work will point out test cases to test the tools and services that the Core Facility needs to maintain. Activity areas also include collaboration with Researchers that need bioinformatics support. The latter will be invited to stay at the localities of the Core facility, the first year(s) at the Bioinformatics group at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, to solve problems together with the service person in collaboration with other bioinformaticians from BILS and elsewhere. The post-holder will also organize courses in the use of existent and by the Core created tools and solutions. These activities will be facilitated in collaboration with BILS, SciLifeLab, ELIXIR,EMBnet and other bioinformatics networks were the members of the Core Facility are active." The post-holder vill maintain and install the necessary software/hardware to give the necessary bioinformatics support.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have an PhD or equivalent in Bioinformatics or Computer Sciences with relevant skills in the analysis of NGS sequence information and database maintenance. You must have excellent skills in data handling and must master one or more scripting languages. Also, the candidate will interact with a large variety of colleagues with different scientific backgrounds and therefore must have excellent communication skills. Experience with Perl, Python, and programming using UNIX/LINUX. Also knowledge in molecular genetics, population biology, cell biology and animal and/or plant biology will be highly desirable.

It is desirable that the application is written in English.

Place of work: Uppsala

Form of employment: Temporary employment, one year with the possibility for extension.

Extent: 100%

Starting date: By agreement

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 2014/4470. 

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden orregistrator@slu.se no later than December 3, 2014.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

Bioinformatics is pervasive throughout life sciences and practically all biology related research projects at SLU require the use of bioinformatics tools. The development of bioinformatics tools is well supported through research grants. However, the implementation and utilization of these tools throughout SLU needs to be facilitated. For this purpose, we have establish a Bioinformatics Core Facility within the Bioinformatics group at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics. This hub interacts with other BILS bioinformaticians and take responsibility for providing up to date tools for bioinformatics as well as training Life Science researchers in their use. This position, is primarily funded by BILS and SLU and be part of the SLU Bioinformatics Core Facility.

Duties: The work will focus on routinely defining challenges and demands for bioinformatics tools and getting the opinion of the users of the different life science areas at SLU. The basis of this work is the bioinformatics survey done by SLU in 2010. This work will point out test cases to test the tools and services that the Core Facility needs to maintain. Activity areas also include collaboration with Researchers that need bioinformatics support. The latter will be invited to stay at the localities of the Core facility, the first year(s) at the Bioinformatics group at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, to solve problems together with the service person in collaboration with other bioinformaticians from BILS and elsewhere. The post-holder will also organize courses in the use of existent and by the Core created tools and solutions. These activities will be facilitated in collaboration with BILS, SciLifeLab, ELIXIR,EMBnet and other bioinformatics networks were the members of the Core Facility are active." The post-holder vill maintain and install the necessary software/hardware to give the necessary bioinformatics support.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have an PhD or equivalent in Bioinformatics or Computer Sciences with relevant skills in the analysis of NGS sequence information and database maintenance. You must have excellent skills in data handling and must master one or more scripting languages. Also, the candidate will interact with a large variety of colleagues with different scientific backgrounds and therefore must have excellent communication skills. Experience with Perl, Python, and programming using UNIX/LINUX. Also knowledge in molecular genetics, population biology, cell biology and animal and/or plant biology will be highly desirable.

It is desirable that the application is written in English.

Place of work: Uppsala

Form of employment: Temporary employment, one year with the possibility for extension.

Extent: 100%

Starting date: By agreement

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 2014/4470. 

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden orregistrator@slu.se no later than December 3, 2014.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

0 Closed 0 0 0

Bioinformatics is pervasive throughout life sciences and practically all biology related research projects at SLU require the use of bioinformatics tools. The development of bioinformatics tools is well supported through research grants. However, the implementation and utilization of these tools throughout SLU needs to be facilitated. For this purpose, we have establish a Bioinformatics Core Facility within the Bioinformatics group at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics. This hub interacts with other BILS bioinformaticians and take responsibility for providing up to date tools for bioinformatics as well as training Life Science researchers in their use. This position, is primarily funded by BILS and SLU and be part of the SLU Bioinformatics Core Facility.

Duties: The work will focus on routinely defining challenges and demands for bioinformatics tools and getting the opinion of the users of the different life science areas at SLU. The basis of this work is the bioinformatics survey done by SLU in 2010. This work will point out test cases to test the tools and services that the Core Facility needs to maintain. Activity areas also include collaboration with Researchers that need bioinformatics support. The latter will be invited to stay at the localities of the Core facility, the first year(s) at the Bioinformatics group at the Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, to solve problems together with the service person in collaboration with other bioinformaticians from BILS and elsewhere. The post-holder will also organize courses in the use of existent and by the Core created tools and solutions. These activities will be facilitated in collaboration with BILS, SciLifeLab, ELIXIR,EMBnet and other bioinformatics networks were the members of the Core Facility are active." The post-holder vill maintain and install the necessary software/hardware to give the necessary bioinformatics support.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have an PhD or equivalent in Bioinformatics or Computer Sciences with relevant skills in the analysis of NGS sequence information and database maintenance. You must have excellent skills in data handling and must master one or more scripting languages. Also, the candidate will interact with a large variety of colleagues with different scientific backgrounds and therefore must have excellent communication skills. Experience with Perl, Python, and programming using UNIX/LINUX. Also knowledge in molecular genetics, population biology, cell biology and animal and/or plant biology will be highly desirable.

It is desirable that the application is written in English.

Place of work: Uppsala

Form of employment: Temporary employment, one year with the possibility for extension.

Extent: 100%

Starting date: By agreement

Application:
We welcome your application marked with Ref no. SLU ua 2014/4470. 

Please submit your application to the Registrar of SLU, P.O. Box 7070, SE-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden orregistrator@slu.se no later than December 3, 2014.

SLU is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

Sun, 2014-11-16 19:18 Sun, 2014-11-16 19:22 Sun, 2014-11-16 19:22 Sun, 2014-11-16 19:22
18/Sep/2014 Biological Training Developer at The Babraham Institute

The Babraham Institute has an established programme of bioinformatics training covering many areas of bioinformatics and computational biology. We are looking to recruit a new member of staff whose role will be to develop new training material in the areas of epigenetics and systems biology working alongside the groups of Simon Andrews and Nicolas Le Novère.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Biological Sciences and practical experience of working in a biological sciences research environment. The applicant will also expand and improve the written and video training material already in place for existing courses. There may also be opportunities to present some of the material they develop. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential and previous experience of training would be an advantage. In-depth knowledge of bioinformatics is not required, but previous experience of using existing bioinformatics tools would be beneficial.

Further information about the Institute can be found on the website (www.babraham.ac.uk). Informal enquires may be made to Dr Simon Andrews (email simon.andrews@babraham.ac.uk). Application forms and further details are available electronically from our website or by contacting our 24-hour Recruitment Line on 01223 496365, or e-mail: babraham.personnel@babraham.ac.uk.

- Limited term contract with funding available for 2 years.
- On applying please quote reference: SA-BTD-LTC.
- Application deadline: Monday 13th October 2014.
- Salary: £29,557 per annum

NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

 

 

The Babraham Institute has an established programme of bioinformatics training covering many areas of bioinformatics and computational biology. We are looking to recruit a new member of staff whose role will be to develop new training material in the areas of epigenetics and systems biology working alongside the groups of Simon Andrews and Nicolas Le Novère.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Biological Sciences and practical experience of working in a biological sciences research environment. The applicant will also expand and improve the written and video training material already in place for existing courses. There may also be opportunities to present some of the material they develop. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential and previous experience of training would be an advantage. In-depth knowledge of bioinformatics is not required, but previous experience of using existing bioinformatics tools would be beneficial.

Further information about the Institute can be found on the website (www.babraham.ac.uk). Informal enquires may be made to Dr Simon Andrews (email simon.andrews@babraham.ac.uk). Application forms and further details are available electronically from our website or by contacting our 24-hour Recruitment Line on 01223 496365, or e-mail: babraham.personnel@babraham.ac.uk.

- Limited term contract with funding available for 2 years.
- On applying please quote reference: SA-BTD-LTC.
- Application deadline: Monday 13th October 2014.
- Salary: £29,557 per annum

NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

 

 

0 Closed 0 0 Training, Babraham 0

The Babraham Institute has an established programme of bioinformatics training covering many areas of bioinformatics and computational biology. We are looking to recruit a new member of staff whose role will be to develop new training material in the areas of epigenetics and systems biology working alongside the groups of Simon Andrews and Nicolas Le Novère.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Biological Sciences and practical experience of working in a biological sciences research environment. The applicant will also expand and improve the written and video training material already in place for existing courses. There may also be opportunities to present some of the material they develop. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential and previous experience of training would be an advantage. In-depth knowledge of bioinformatics is not required, but previous experience of using existing bioinformatics tools would be beneficial.

Further information about the Institute can be found on the website (www.babraham.ac.uk). Informal enquires may be made to Dr Simon Andrews (email simon.andrews@babraham.ac.uk). Application forms and further details are available electronically from our website or by contacting our 24-hour Recruitment Line on 01223 496365, or e-mail: babraham.personnel@babraham.ac.uk.

- Limited term contract with funding available for 2 years.
- On applying please quote reference: SA-BTD-LTC.
- Application deadline: Monday 13th October 2014.
- Salary: £29,557 per annum

NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

 

 

Thu, 2014-09-18 20:58 Thu, 2014-09-18 20:59 Thu, 2014-09-18 20:59 Thu, 2014-09-18 20:59
18/Sep/2014 Biological Training Developer at The Babraham Institute

The Babraham Institute has an established programme of bioinformatics training covering many areas of bioinformatics and computational biology. We are looking to recruit a new member of staff whose role will be to develop new training material in the areas of epigenetics and systems biology working alongside the groups of Simon Andrews and Nicolas Le Novère.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Biological Sciences and practical experience of working in a biological sciences research environment. The applicant will also expand and improve the written and video training material already in place for existing courses. There may also be opportunities to present some of the material they develop. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential and previous experience of training would be an advantage. In-depth knowledge of bioinformatics is not required, but previous experience of using existing bioinformatics tools would be beneficial.

Further information about the Institute can be found on the website (www.babraham.ac.uk). Informal enquires may be made to Dr Simon Andrews (email simon.andrews@babraham.ac.uk). Application forms and further details are available electronically from our website or by contacting our 24-hour Recruitment Line on 01223 496365, or e-mail: babraham.personnel@babraham.ac.uk.

- Limited term contract with funding available for 2 years.
- On applying please quote reference: SA-BTD-LTC.
- Application deadline: Monday 13th October 2014.
- Salary: £29,557 per annum

NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

 

 

The Babraham Institute has an established programme of bioinformatics training covering many areas of bioinformatics and computational biology. We are looking to recruit a new member of staff whose role will be to develop new training material in the areas of epigenetics and systems biology working alongside the groups of Simon Andrews and Nicolas Le Novère.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Biological Sciences and practical experience of working in a biological sciences research environment. The applicant will also expand and improve the written and video training material already in place for existing courses. There may also be opportunities to present some of the material they develop. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential and previous experience of training would be an advantage. In-depth knowledge of bioinformatics is not required, but previous experience of using existing bioinformatics tools would be beneficial.

Further information about the Institute can be found on the website (www.babraham.ac.uk). Informal enquires may be made to Dr Simon Andrews (email simon.andrews@babraham.ac.uk). Application forms and further details are available electronically from our website or by contacting our 24-hour Recruitment Line on 01223 496365, or e-mail: babraham.personnel@babraham.ac.uk.

- Limited term contract with funding available for 2 years.
- On applying please quote reference: SA-BTD-LTC.
- Application deadline: Monday 13th October 2014.
- Salary: £29,557 per annum

NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

 

 

0 Closed 0 0 Training, Babraham 1

The Babraham Institute has an established programme of bioinformatics training covering many areas of bioinformatics and computational biology. We are looking to recruit a new member of staff whose role will be to develop new training material in the areas of epigenetics and systems biology working alongside the groups of Simon Andrews and Nicolas Le Novère.

The successful applicant will have a PhD in Biological Sciences and practical experience of working in a biological sciences research environment. The applicant will also expand and improve the written and video training material already in place for existing courses. There may also be opportunities to present some of the material they develop. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential and previous experience of training would be an advantage. In-depth knowledge of bioinformatics is not required, but previous experience of using existing bioinformatics tools would be beneficial.

Further information about the Institute can be found on the website (www.babraham.ac.uk). Informal enquires may be made to Dr Simon Andrews (email simon.andrews@babraham.ac.uk). Application forms and further details are available electronically from our website or by contacting our 24-hour Recruitment Line on 01223 496365, or e-mail: babraham.personnel@babraham.ac.uk.

- Limited term contract with funding available for 2 years.
- On applying please quote reference: SA-BTD-LTC.
- Application deadline: Monday 13th October 2014.
- Salary: £29,557 per annum

NO AGENCIES PLEASE.

 

 

Thu, 2014-09-18 20:58 Thu, 2014-09-18 20:59 Thu, 2014-09-18 20:59 Thu, 2014-09-18 20:59
15/Sep/2014 Research and Communications Manager, Glasgow Polyomics

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

0 Closed 0 0 Research, Communication, Glasgow, Polyomics 0

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55
15/Sep/2014 Research and Communications Manager, Glasgow Polyomics

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

0 Closed 0 0 Research, Communication, Glasgow, Polyomics 1

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55
15/Sep/2014 Research and Communications Manager, Glasgow Polyomics

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

0 Closed 0 0 Research, Communication, Glasgow, Polyomics 2

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55
15/Sep/2014 Research and Communications Manager, Glasgow Polyomics

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

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Glasgow Polyomics is a state-of-the-art research facility at the University of Glasgow (UK) specialising in the collection and interpretation of data in Genomics, Proteomics and Metabolomics within a rich Informatics environment : www.polyomics.gla.ac.uk.

A Research and Communications manager is sought to coordinate activities within the Facility and to liaise between the Facility's staff and its broad base of users.

The post will involve assisting users across all areas of biological research in planning and executing their Omics research and assuring delivery of the research, while ensuring that the facility remains on a sound financial footing, through assistance in grant writing and cost recovery. An important part of the job will also involve promoting Glasgow Polyomics activities to the research community, and delivering a high profile Public Engagement programme.

This position would suit a confident individual with a strong track record of delivering a variety of challenging projects in an interdisciplinary research environment, and who boasts excellent communication, diplomacy and negotiation skills.

Location: Garscube Campus
College/Service: COLLEGE OF MVLS
Department: MVLS COLLEGE OF MVLS ADMINISTRATION
Job Family: Management Professional & Administrative
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £40,847 - £47,328
Position reference : [009419]
Closing date: 12 October 2014

For more information and to apply online, go to: http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55 Mon, 2014-09-15 17:55
07/Jul/2014 Career opportunity: Bioinformatics Manager post in Centre for High Performance Computing (CHPC), Cape Town, South Africa

New closing date: 25 July, 2014

 

New closing date: 25 July, 2014

 

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New closing date: 25 July, 2014

 

Mon, 2014-07-07 15:28 Mon, 2014-07-07 15:28 Mon, 2014-07-07 15:28 Mon, 2014-07-07 15:28
01/Apr/2014 Professor/Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer appointment opportunity, Cape Town, South Africa

The South African Tuberculosis Bioinformatics Initiative (SATBBI) is a defined project applying systems biology approaches to tuberculosis biomarker research.

The successful incumbent will join a leading team of TB biomarker researchers. Their combined objective, with the support of the incumbent sought, is to set up a TB biomarker bioinformatics core facility. The position is at a Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor or Professor level, depending on the experience of the appointee.
The new incumbent will build the group and align the strategy to the University’s overarching strategy.

  • Preferably a PhD (Bioinformatics, Systems Biology, Computational Biology or other quantitative or computational fields), qualifying against the University’s criteria to be  appointed at either Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor or Professor level
  • A minimum 3 to 5 years post graduate experience in Computational Biology/Bioinformatics with some management experience
  • Excellent scientific and academic record with a passion to conduct science
  • Passion for nurturing new talent and for development of computational biology capacity
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to engage with colleagues from other institutions nationally and internationally to create and maintain collaborative networks

Application Requirement:

  • Declaration of Intent/Letter of motivation
  • Comprehensive CV, including publication list
  • One page biography
  • Names and Contact details for at least 3 referees
  • Certified copies of degree certificates

To apply please send a comprehensive CV and letter of motivation quoting reference number AP335 to Genevieve Michel c/o info@talenting.co.za

The South African Tuberculosis Bioinformatics Initiative (SATBBI) is a defined project applying systems biology approaches to tuberculosis biomarker research.

The successful incumbent will join a leading team of TB biomarker researchers. Their combined objective, with the support of the incumbent sought, is to set up a TB biomarker bioinformatics core facility. The position is at a Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor or Professor level, depending on the experience of the appointee.
The new incumbent will build the group and align the strategy to the University’s overarching strategy.

  • Preferably a PhD (Bioinformatics, Systems Biology, Computational Biology or other quantitative or computational fields), qualifying against the University’s criteria to be  appointed at either Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor or Professor level
  • A minimum 3 to 5 years post graduate experience in Computational Biology/Bioinformatics with some management experience
  • Excellent scientific and academic record with a passion to conduct science
  • Passion for nurturing new talent and for development of computational biology capacity
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to engage with colleagues from other institutions nationally and internationally to create and maintain collaborative networks

Application Requirement:

  • Declaration of Intent/Letter of motivation
  • Comprehensive CV, including publication list
  • One page biography
  • Names and Contact details for at least 3 referees
  • Certified copies of degree certificates

To apply please send a comprehensive CV and letter of motivation quoting reference number AP335 to Genevieve Michel c/o info@talenting.co.za

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The South African Tuberculosis Bioinformatics Initiative (SATBBI) is a defined project applying systems biology approaches to tuberculosis biomarker research.

The successful incumbent will join a leading team of TB biomarker researchers. Their combined objective, with the support of the incumbent sought, is to set up a TB biomarker bioinformatics core facility. The position is at a Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor or Professor level, depending on the experience of the appointee.
The new incumbent will build the group and align the strategy to the University’s overarching strategy.

  • Preferably a PhD (Bioinformatics, Systems Biology, Computational Biology or other quantitative or computational fields), qualifying against the University’s criteria to be  appointed at either Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor or Professor level
  • A minimum 3 to 5 years post graduate experience in Computational Biology/Bioinformatics with some management experience
  • Excellent scientific and academic record with a passion to conduct science
  • Passion for nurturing new talent and for development of computational biology capacity
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to engage with colleagues from other institutions nationally and internationally to create and maintain collaborative networks

Application Requirement:

  • Declaration of Intent/Letter of motivation
  • Comprehensive CV, including publication list
  • One page biography
  • Names and Contact details for at least 3 referees
  • Certified copies of degree certificates

To apply please send a comprehensive CV and letter of motivation quoting reference number AP335 to Genevieve Michel c/o info@talenting.co.za

Tue, 2014-04-01 07:41 Tue, 2014-04-01 09:42 Tue, 2014-04-01 09:42 Tue, 2014-04-01 09:42
07/Feb/2014 EMBnet Annual General Meeting, 29-30 May 2014!

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

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EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

Fri, 2013-10-25 13:17 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11
07/Feb/2014 EMBnet Annual General Meeting, 29-30 May 2014!

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

0 Closed 0 0 EMBnet AGM, EMBnet Tutorial, Bioinformatics for Environment Genomics 1

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

Fri, 2013-10-25 13:17 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11
07/Feb/2014 EMBnet Annual General Meeting, 29-30 May 2014!

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

0 Closed 0 0 EMBnet AGM, EMBnet Tutorial, Bioinformatics for Environment Genomics 2

EMBnet Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2014 will take place in Lyon (FR) on May 29th-30th at  the Hôtel de la Cité - Concorde Lyon. All info are available in the "EMBnet Events" section of our web site at: http://www.embnet.org/agm/2014/home

Connected events are:

- EMBnet Tutorial  at the PRABI on May 26th;

- the Bioinformatics for Environmental Genomics (BGE) Conference, on May 27th-28th

The  BGE Conference will take place at the University of Lyon, Doua campus.

 

Fri, 2013-10-25 13:17 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11 Fri, 2014-02-07 17:11
20/Jan/2014 Vital-IT and the Bioinformatics Unravelling groups of the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics are organising a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).
0 Closed 0 0 next generation sequencing, mutations, large structural variants 0

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).
Mon, 2014-01-20 19:28 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31
20/Jan/2014 Vital-IT and the Bioinformatics Unravelling groups of the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics are organising a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).
0 Closed 0 0 next generation sequencing, mutations, large structural variants 1

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).
Mon, 2014-01-20 19:28 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31
20/Jan/2014 Vital-IT and the Bioinformatics Unravelling groups of the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics are organising a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).
0 Closed 0 0 next generation sequencing, mutations, large structural variants 2

Grégoire Rossier (AllBio partner) & Laurent Falquet (SeqAhead partner) are pleased to announce a joint ALLBIO and COST SeqAhead event in Lausanne, Switzerland. 

It is entitled "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants" and will be held from Tuesday March 11 to Wednesday March 12, 2014.

This international event covers several aspects of the identification of genomic structural variants using NGS data. The mini symposium (Day 1) will present the latest developments in the field and the workshop (Day 2) will allow participants to get used to the tools with a virtual machine prepared during a test case hackathon (see AllBio projetct page for more information). Particular emphasis will be given to the comparison of the different analysis tools and how to combine their results.

The objective of the mini symposium is to provide an overview of the existing tools/pipelines available for NGS analysis, as well as to present some data using those tools. The objective of the workshop is to allow participants using the pipeline, either with our data, or with their own data.

Requirements for the workshop:

- Basic knowledge of UNIX
- A laptop with at least 4 GB RAM, 50 GB of free disk space, WIFI and VirtualBox preinstalled


The number of seats is limited to 90 for the mini symposium and to 25 for the workshop.

Further information and application are available from
http://edu.isb-sib.ch/course/view.php?id=104

ALLBIO(http://www.allbioinformatics.eu) is the main sponsor of this event, in addition 10 seats of the workshop are sponsored by the COST Action SeqAhead (http://www.seqahead.eu).
Mon, 2014-01-20 19:28 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31 Mon, 2014-01-20 19:31
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

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CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 0 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 1

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

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CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 0 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 3

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 0 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 4

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 0 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 5

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 1 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 0

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 1 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 1

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 1 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 2

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 1 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 3

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 1 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 4

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
29/Nov/2013 One position available for a bioinformatician in Southern Italy at CRA-Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

0 Closed CRA.png, PreliminaryCall-BioinformaticianFellowshipPositionCRA-IT.pdf 1 0 job offer, bioinformatician, plant genomics, plant transcriptomics, data managment, server administrator 5

 

CRA

A fellowship position for 1 year with good opportunity of extension is available at the Agricultural Research Council (CRA) - Research Unit for Viticulture and Enology in Southern Italy, Turi (BA), for multiple projects in the field of "omic" technologies for plant improvement.

This is a preliminary call for Curriculum Vitae aiming to collect applications as a preliminary step before the official announcement that will be determined according to the outcome of this call.

More info and instructions for applications are provided in the Call document.

 

 

Mon, 2013-11-11 18:19 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32 Fri, 2013-11-29 14:32
08/Nov/2013 November 6th, 2013: First official AGM of GOBLET. It marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET.

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

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GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45
08/Nov/2013 November 6th, 2013: First official AGM of GOBLET. It marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET.

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

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GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45 Fri, 2013-11-08 09:45
08/Nov/2013 November 6th, 2013: First official AGM of GOBLET. It marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET.

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
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Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

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GOBLET AGM at TGAC

 GOBLET AGM 2013

 


 

November 6th marked the first official AGM of the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training (GOBLET). The meeting was hosted by the TGAC, EMBnet Node in UK.

Following a nomination process that started in September and a voting process throughout October, the first point on the agenda was to announce the results of the committee elections.

Congratulations go to the following people:

Executive Board

Chair: Terri Attwood (EMBnet)

Vice Chair: Vicky Schneider (TGAC)

Treasurer: Fran Lewitter (ISCB)

Secretary: Michelle Brazas (Bioinformatics.ca)


Learning, Education and Training Committee

Chair: Nicky Mulder (ASBCB)

Co-Chair: Celia van Gelder (NBIC)

 
Standardisation Committee
adobe acrobat xi download

Chair: Pascale Gaudet (ISB)

 

Technical Committee

Chair: Manuel Corpas (TGAC)

 

Fundraising Committee

Chair: Patricia Palagi (SIB)

Outreach and PR Committee

Chair: Erik Bongcam-Rudloff (SGBC)

 

This first AGM marks the beginning of the future for GOBLET. It has legal foundation and is registered in the Netherlands. It has money in the bank due to the subscription funds of its 25 members and it is creating a co-operative and collaborative international approach to bioinformatics and computational biology training.

Chair, Terri Attwood said, “whilst today is very important for formalising GOBLET, I am proud to be able to say that we have already established the centralised portal that enables trainers to upload courses and materials and trainees to access this information. Now we can progress forward and build on this allowing the portal to go from strength to strength and GOBLET to achieve its other aims.”

To find out more about GOBLET visit their website: www.mygoblet.org

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