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Computational Biologist/Bioinformaticist
Laboratory of Biology and Pathology of Genomes
University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, INSERM U988, CNRS UMR6267
France

Description

The Laboratory of Biology and Pathology of Genomes is a new research department at the Faculty of Medicine of University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis dedicated to the study of genome plasticity in cancer and aging. We are recruiting a highly motivated Computational Biologist/Bioinformaticist to analyze high-throughput sequencing data and functional genomics (ChIP-seq, structural variation, resequencing, RNA-seq, genome annotation, gene networks..) for a contract of 2 years starting in July or August 2010. Eventually, the contract could be extended after 2 years.
The work includes both the automation of third-party software, as well as code development to implement dedicated tools and statistical tests. The candidate will generate reports to summarize these results and store them in a database. In addition, he or she will regularly communicate research findings to other scientists.


Education Requirements

Applicants must have a Master or PhD degree in bioinformatics or computer science. Bachelor degree will also be considered if you have relevant project experience.

Qualifications and Experience
Demonstrated programming skills in scripting languages (such as Perl) and in relational database management systems (such as PHP-MySQL) are required, as well as a solid understanding of statistical methods. Familiarity with Unix-based environment and with other programming languages is also necessary. The applicant must demonstrate excellent communication skills and resourcefulness in working independently. The ideal applicant has at least 1 or 2 year(s) of research experience with sequence analyses and genomic databases.

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To apply for this position, please provide a cover letter, a CV (including a description of previous achievements and programs) and the names of 3 references to Eric Gilson.

Eric.Gilson@unice.fr
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