JOB POSITION: EPIGENOMICS BIOINFORMATICIAN (ref. 2017/05) [CLOSED]

We are assembling an interdisciplinary group to develop a collaborative project between academia and private entrepreneurship and welcome creative people from diverse backgrounds. Our project aims to bring the advances of Genomics and Epigenomics technologies to routine applications in health and biomedical research. Please visit our web sites for more information about our work.

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Requirements:

We are looking for a bionformatician to be responsible of the computational analysis of epigenetic changes in genome-scale projects using in-house developed next generation sequencing technology.  The ultimate goal of the project is the improvement of genomic tools to analyze genetic and epigenetic variations in cancer and other diseases.

A good background on the analysis of epigenetic modifications, especially methylation, using NGS technologies is highly desirable, as well as experience in job scheduling in grid/cloud computing. Proven proficiency in the management of Biological Databases, programming languages (R, Perl, C++, Python, etc.) and statistical methods is required.

Conditions: Salary will be internationally competitive.

How to apply: Please send your application to rrhh@igtp.cat and copy to: mpeinado@igtp.cat

Applications should include:

  • A CV including your contact details
  • Names, email and telephone number of at least two referees
  • A short statement of motivation

 

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Position posted: January 2017

Last date for Applications: 15th February 2017

 

Chainy, an universal tool for standardized relative quantification in real-time PCR.

Mallona I, Díez-Villanueva A, Martín B, Peinado MA.  Chainy, an universal tool for standardized relative quantification in real-time PCR. Bioinformatics. 2017 May 1;33(9):1411-1413. doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btw839.

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