8 bioinformatics positions at The University of Southampton

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | 9 days ago

    measures. We are seeking a highly motivated and self-sufficient research scientist with skills in molecular biology and bioinformatics to contribute to research aim B. You will have a PhD* (or equivalent

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 18 hours ago

    following qualities: A genuine enthusiasm for the computational/ bioinformatics analysis of human cancer A confident independent attitude enabling them to work collaboratively across the bioinformatics

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 18 hours ago

    or Masters degree in a relevant discipline, e.g. in molecular biology, genetics, cancer, biochemistry, bioinformatics, etc. The successful candidate is likely to have the following qualifications: A 1st or 2:1

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 18 hours ago

    expression analysis. Knowledge or experience in photosynthetic physiology, synthetic biology, plant biology and/or bioinformatics will be advantageous. The candidate will work at the National Oceanography

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | 3 months ago

    . The post is based in Professor Graham Packham’s research group in the Southampton CR-UK Centre, Somers Cancer Sciences Building, University of Southampton. The postholder will perform bioinformatical

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 18 hours ago

    addition to the research environment, including clinical microbiology/virology, routine diagnostic laboratory settings and research ethics committees. A keenness in molecular biology and bioinformatics. A good team worker

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 17 hours ago

    (Southampton or QMUL) and Quantitative Cell Biology, which includes a hands-on introduction to bioinformatics techniques and computational modelling, using large clinically-relevant datasets (taught in

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 18 hours ago

    standard methods in [6,7] . Microbiome samples will be pre-processed and QC-ed with standard bioinformatic process used in [8]. QC-ed and pre-processed gene expression data for the matching samples are also

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