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    Opportunities: Postdoctoral Fellowships in Bioinformatics at Penn State--University Park, PA (US)
    Submitted by Steven Allford; posted on Tuesday, April 10, 2007



    Multiple Postdoctoral Fellow positions in Bioinformatics are available at the Center for Gene Regulation at the Pennsylvania State University. Candidates with computational and statistical backgrounds are welcome to apply. The position involves planning and carrying out computational analyses related to gene regulation including the use and refinement of a high throughput data pipeline developed to identify and characterize regulatory elements throughout the genome. Successful candidates will be affiliated with the Center for Gene Regulation at Penn State and are expected to interact and collaborate with several researchers.


    Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering or Biology with substantial computer programming skills (e.q Python, Perl and/or Java). A proven track record of prior research accomplishments is required. Experience with statistical data analysis of genomic and/or proteomic data is a plus. The candidate must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.

    A CV with list of publications, cover letter, and names of three or more references should be sent to:

    Istvan Albert, Ph.D.
    Huck Institutes for the Life Sciences
    Pennsylvania State University
    University Park, PA 16803
    Email: iua1[at]

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