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    Opportunity: POST DOCTORAL position in SYSTEMS BIOLOGY at CSIRO--Rockhampton, Australia
    Submitted by Markus Herrgard; posted on Tuesday, October 16, 2007

    DESCRIPTION

    Applications are invited for post doctoral fellowship available at the JM Rendel laboratories in the Division of Livestock Industries, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Rockhampton, Australia. This position relate to high profile strategic scientific research projects in the area of Systems Biology and Quantitative Genomics in Livestock and are funded by the Office of the Chief Executive (OCE) of CSIRO.

    Project: Systems Biology – Genetic dissection of -omics variations
    Reference No. 2007/960

    This is a three year appointment within the Systems Biology & Quantitative Genomics Group (Dr Haja Kadarmideen) at the JM Rendel laboratories, CSIRO Livestock Industries in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. The fellow will work closely with Computational Biology Group (Dr Toni Reverter) and Bioinformatics group (Dr Brian Dalrymple) at Queensland Bioscience Precinct (QBP) in Brisbane, Statistical Genetics Group (Assoc. Prof. Peter Thompson) at the University of Sydney, Camden and with Systems Biology group (Dr Markus Herrgard) at the University of California San Diego, USA.

    Full description of the position and project, selection criteria and application package for this position can be found at the following web link: recruitment.csiro.au/asp/[...]2F960

    REQUIREMENTS

    This position is open to international applicants and offers an excellent opportunity for recent PhD graduates / young scientists to work in a rapidly emerging field of systems genetics and systems biology with internationally reputed group(s). In addition to computational / insilico investigations, training with large high throughput genomic and transcriptomic databases from beef cattle and sheep experiments are available. CSIRO offers a generous annual salary in the range of AUS $65000 to AUS $72000 plus employer’s contribution to superannuation. Application must be lodged online using the corresponding web links that differ for two positions.

    DEADLINE

    Deadline for lodging application online is 5 NOVEMBER 2007.

    HOW TO APPLY
    Primary contact for informal enquiries:
    Dr Haja Kadarmideen
    Principal Research Scientist and Group Leader,
    Computational and Systems Biology Stream,
    CSIRO Livestock Industries, JM Rendel Laboratory Ibis Ave
    Rockhampton QLD 4701 AUSTRALIA

    Phone: + 61 7 4923 8266 ; Fax: + 61 7 4923 8222 ;
    Email: Haja.Kadarmideen [AT] csiro.au
    Web: www.csiro.au/li
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    Additional contacts are:

    Associate Professor Peter Thomson
    Centre for Advanced Technologies in Animal Genetics and Reproduction (ReproGen)
    Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney
    PMB 3 (425 Werombi Road), Camden NSW 2570,
    AUSTRALIA
    Phone +61 2 9351 1654
    Fax: +61 2 9351 1693
    Email: PeterT [AT] camden.usyd.edu.au
    Web: www.vetsci.usyd.edu.au/reprogen/
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    Dr. Markus Herrgard, Ph.D.
    Project Scientist, Systems Biology Group
    Department of Bioengineering
    University of California, San Diego

    9500 Gilman Drive
    Mail Code 0412
    La Jolla, CA 92093-0412
    USA
    Tel.no: +1 858 822-3180
    Email: mherrgar [AT] ucsd.edu
    Webmail: gcrg.ucsd.edu

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