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Opportunity: Bioinformatician (#8783) @ Plant & Food Research -- Lincoln, Christchurch, New Zealand
Submitted by Nadine Andrews; posted on Saturday, May 04, 2013
Plant & Food Research is internationally renowned for innovation in plant breeding, with traditional breeding approaches being combined with modern genomics techniques to develop better cultivars, faster. Our researchers target new markers, genomics and breeding tools to deliver new cultivars with resistance to pests and diseases, human health attributes and novel fruits, vegetables and grains. With genomic approaches now a key element in plant research and the investigation of bacterial, fungal and insect pathogens, our need for bioinformatics has increased markedly.

In this role you'll combine applied research with bioinformatics support and consultancy services to Plant & Food Research scientists and collaborators. This will include the analysis of entire genomes, contributions to scientific programmes and publications, and the development of bioinformatics tools and applications. Current priorities include the analysis of large data sets from Next Generation Sequencing and software development.

It's likely that you will hold a postgraduate degree in bioinformatics, biological or computer science or have extensive experience working in biological science, with a proven record in bioinformatics or computational biology.

For more information, registration details and to apply for this position please visit

Vacancy 8783

Applications close 24 May 2013

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