One of my very good informatics people is leaving at the end of the year, so I have a job vacancy to fill in our Sequencing Informatics unit (funded as an Institutional core to support our Nex-Gen Sequencing Lab and our investigators, not from any one grant). I want someone with either a Masters and some experience with Next-Gen sequencing informatics, or a PhD. (bioinformatics or computer science, or something similar) who is looking for a more stable, service oriented position, rather than the usual highly competitive postdoc. There will be opportunity for both collaborative and independent work on various projects, and publications are expected. UNIX/Perl/Java skills are necessary.
The job previously involved informatics support for 454 sequencing, but that turned out to be less than 30% of the actual work. Looking forward, our Microbiome work will be done mostly on Illumina, bacterial genomes on Illumina... you get the idea. Send cv's to email@example.com
A practical implementation of large transcriptomic data analysis to resolve cryptic species diversity problems in microbial eukaryotes - Transcriptome sequencing has become a method of choice for evolutionary studies in microbial eukaryotes due to low cost and minimal sample requirements. Tr...
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