Postdoc Position in Computational Biology / Biomedical Informatics, Germany

The Institute of Neuropathology located at the Faculty of Medicine in Giessen, Germany, invites applications for the position as a Postdoc in Computational Biology. The working group has a long-standing expertise in the molecular, cellular and functional characterization of the role of the microenvironment in disease, with a special emphasis on microenvironment- and hypoxia-induced mechanisms in tumor...

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Computational Scientist/Bioinformatician at Systems Biology Ireland

Systems Biology Ireland is looking to recruit a Computational Scientist/Bioinformatician to work in Prof Walter Kolch’s research group.  The level of appointment is on flexible from junior postdoc, senior postdoc to research fellow (group leader/Lecturer). The work is focused on the analysis of -omics data, mainly transcriptomics and proteomics data; the computational analysis of signal transduction...

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Video from SysmedIBD explaining Systems Medicine for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

SysmedIBD stands for Systems medicine of chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease. IBD is the chronic inflammation of the bowel and usually strikes when youare in your mid-teens to your thirties, but it also affects peopleolder than this and can even appear in young toddlers. The research undertaken in SysmedIBD has made very exciting progress. A...

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PhD Position in Bioinformatics/Biostatistics, Germany

The research focus of the Institute of Clinical Molecular Biology (IKMB) at the Christian Albrechts University in Kiel is on the identification of genetic factors and mechanisms in complex inflammatory diseases, using high-throughput technologies and state-of-the-art computational methods. Currently they are searching for a PhD-Students in Bioinformatics and Biostatistics. The Institute operates several high-throughput...

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Gene Identification with NGS Interpretation and Large Scale Network Analyses

Rational confederation of genes and diseases: NGS interpretation via GeneCards, MalaCards and VarElect Noa Rappaport, Simon Fishilevich, Ron Nudel, Michal Twik, Frida Belinky, Inbar Plaschkes, Tsippi Iny Stein, Dana Cohen, Danit Oz‑Levi, Marilyn Safran and Doron Lancet Background A key challenge in the realm of human disease research is next generation sequencing (NGS) interpretation,...

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