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Old 03-20-2009, 04:36 AM   #1
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Default Bioinformatics Post-doc Research Fellow position at Trinity College Dublin

We currently have a Bioinformatics Post-doc Research Fellow position
at Trinity College Dublin please see details below or visit this link

Trinity College Dublin
School of Medicine
Discipline of Psychiatry
Neuropsychiatric Genetics Research Group

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Bioinformatics

This post offers an exciting opportunity to join a well-established
Science Foundation Ireland- and Wellcome Trust-funded research group
aimed at identifying genes that influence susceptibility to
neuropsychiatric genetics disorders. The primary focus will be the
analysis of next generation sequencing data produced by multiple
applications on an Illumina Genome Analyzer. The appointee will have a
PhD in genome biology, computer science or bioinformatics and ideally
will be familiar with and have expertise in the management and
analysis of large-scale genomics datasets, in particular sequencing
data. Basic skills with the UNIX/Linux operating system are essential
and a strong background in at least one scripting or programming
language (e.g. Perl or Python) will be considered an advantage. The
Neuropsychiatric Genetics Research Group is a multidisciplinary
research group which studies the complex relationships between
phenotype and genotype in three key neuropsychiatric disorders;
psychoses, autism and ADHD. The successful candidate will join the
bioinformatics and biostatistics team within the group, who both
support the molecular and functional genetics research and undertake
independent research that is focused on critical areas of complex-
trait genomic analysis. This post will provide excellent experience in
this rapidly developing field for individuals looking to advance
towards an independent research career.

Informal inquiries can be made to Dr. Derek Morris

Salary: Depending upon experience, €42,714 – €48,528.
Closing Date for Applications: 6th April 2009
Scheduled Interviews Date: Week starting 27th April 2009
Proposed Start Date: May - July 2009
Length of Post: 1 year

Further information and full application details are available on our

Applications consisting of a cover letter, a comprehensive C.V. to
include the names and contact details of three referees should be sent

Dr Derek Morris, or Email: (preferred)
Room 0.80,
Institute of Molecular Medicine,
St. James’ Hospital,
Dublin 8,

Trinity College Dublin is an equal opportunities employer.
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