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Old 06-25-2015, 06:27 PM   #1
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Default Bioinformatics Research Associate, University of Adelaide

We are seeking a motivated and experienced bioinformatician as part of the expansion of the University of Adelaide Bioinformatics Hub. The mission of the Bioinformatics Hub is to provide support and training in state of the art bioinformatics to graduate students, researchers and academics at the University of Adelaide working in biomedical, agricultural and environmental genomics and genetics.

The successful applicant will collaborate with researchers and graduate students at the University of Adelaide and other partner institutions such as SAHMRI in a consulting setting and contribute to the delivery of training. Activities of the Bioinformatics Hub typically involve transcriptome profiling, differential gene expression, genome wide association studies, network reconstruction, variant calling, genome assembly and metagenomics.

To be successful in this role you should have:
  • An honours degree in Statistics, Computer Science or Science (Genetics). Desirable:- A PhD in Statistics, Computer Science or Science (Genetics).
  • A broad understanding of the statistical and computational aspects of bioinformatics and the underlying genetics.
  • Experience with open source bioinformatics analysis programs.
  • Demonstrated ability to create programs for novel analysis in a compiled language such as C++ or Java.

The full position description is available at: http://careers.adelaide.edu.au/cw/en...arch-associate
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