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Opportunity: Academic-track Research Fellow in Cancer Bioinformatics @ University of Sheffield Department of Oncology -- Sheffield, UK
Submitted by Darren Grafham; posted on Tuesday, June 11, 2013
BACKGROUND:
We are seeking a full-time academic-track Bio-Informatician to join the Sheffield Cancer Research Centre. The focus of the Centre is to bring together cancer researchers across the city to work towards improved outcomes for cancer patients. Tumorigenesis involves myriad genetic and epigenetic alterations that affect tumour initiation, progression and response to treatment.

Further information about the new Bioinformatics Centre and associated departments at The University of Sheffield please see: [link]

RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will be responsible for the development of novel cross-platform bioinformatics applications, to facilitate biological insight into these processes and improve patient classification tools. You will be collaborating with cancer biologists, geneticists and clinicians to develop grant proposals and build a strong cancer bioinformatics team.

REQUIREMENTS:
You will have a PhD in a relevant discipline (for example mathematics/biology/computer science), and an excellent publication record with demonstrable post-doctoral experience of genomics pipelines and programming.

TERMS:
The post is fixed term for 3 years initially, with longer-term funding dependant on successful generation of new research income and high-impact publications.

LOCALE:
Sheffield, England

COMPENSATION:
Grade 9 GBP 47,314 to GBP 53,233 per annum

HOW TO APPLY:
Please visit: [link]

DEADLINE:
1 July 2013

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