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Education: Call for Applications from Students: ISCB RSG-India & RSG–Korea collaboration project
Submitted by Abhishek Pratap; posted on Wednesday, May 07, 2008
ISCB-RSG (Regional Student Group)-India and ISCB-RSG-Korea are collaborating to provide a rare opportunity to undergraduate students by initiating a joint project on "Dynamic or Evolutionary co-expression network on yeast cell cycle".

The purpose of this investigation is based on understanding biological dynamics behavior of gene-gene interaction during cell cycle. The project involves collaboration with Computational Biology Research Center, AIST, Japan and KOBIC (Korea Bioinformatics Center), Korea.

The student is an Indian national studying in any accrediated university, plus

- Molecular biology, background in math, physics, and biochemistry.
- Programming: Perl, C or R (not recommend).
- Good Internet connection during the course of the project


Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to extend your knowledge in computational biology, to practical applications, by working with highly experienced scientists and research fellows. It is a chance to get valuable live hands on experience on a project which will help you understand the essence of research in bioinformatics.

DEADLINE: 17th May, 2008

Submit your application by sending an email to rsg-india[at] with a brief paragraph stating why you should be selected to work on this virtual project and what are you looking in terms of knowledge gain from this project. Also attach a copy of your CV. Please keep the subject line as RSG-KICP Application. Successful candidates will be informed by 26th May 2008.

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