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    Opporunity: Two qualified and motivated Bioinformaticians for a center for single cell genomics @ University of Regensburg -- Regensburg, Germany
    Submitted by Stefan Kirsch; posted on Wednesday, April 17, 2013


    The Chair of Experimental Medicine and Therapy Research, University of Regensburg, and the Fraunhofer Project Group for Personalized Tumor Therapy are building a new center for single cell genomics. The focus will be on the development of novel diagnostic assays and therapies. For this we have developed a variety of single cell techniques and generated a huge sample and databank of single disseminated cancer cells and circulating tumor cells, among them the putative founder cells of lethal metastasis.


    You will analyze complex data sets in the area of single cell diagnostics to address different biomedical issues. In close contact with biomedical groups you will develop and implement new analytical processes to analyze high-throughput data. In particular, the major focus of the work will be on the adaptation of existing software routines in conjunction with biostatistical analysis to build up a data analysis pipeline for array CGH, gene expression microarray data and next generation sequencing applications.


    Qualifications and Skills:
    You have a Ph.D. degree in Bioinformatics or a related area of expertise with the main focus on Bioinformatics and/or Biostatistics or an excellent master degree in Bioinformatics. You are well-experienced in at least one script language and an additional programming language. Additional experience in statistical programming with R and the analysis of NGS and Microarray data, e.g. from RNA-Seq, Targeted Re-Seq, Gene Expression Profiling or Array-CGH will be an advantage.


    We are offering an interesting environment in an innovative area of biomedical research and the opportunity to participate in the establishment of a centre for single cell diagnostics together with the Fraunhofer Project Group for Personalized Tumor Therapy. The projects are funded by a 5-year ERC advanced grant and the Bavarian Ministry of Trade. The positions offer ample career perspectives in basic and translational research.

    Employment, compensation and social benefits comply with the "Collective Labor Agreement of the Civil Service". The position is initially limited to 2 years, but excellent work can lead to an extended employment for up to 5 years.

    Qualified applicants with a disability will be given preference.

    Equal opportunities are part of our personnel policy.


    Interested candidates should apply with a cover letter, CV, publication list, educational certification and 2 letters of recommendation to:

    Experimental Medicine and Therapy Research and
    Fraunhofer Project Group ITEM-R
    Prof. Dr. Christoph Klein
    Franz Josef Strauß Allee 11
    University of Regensburg
    93053 Regensburg
    Telefon +49 941 944-6720
    Fax +49 941 944-6719
    Email: Stefanie.pausch[at] or marion.venus[at]

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