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Opportunity: Graduate student / postdoc in COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY @ IRCM--Montreal, Canada
Submitted by Benjamin Haibe-Kains; posted on Friday, June 15, 2012
RESPONSIBILITIES:
We are seeking a graduate student or postdoc with strong background in Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology to work on the regulation of (and by) non-coding RNAs using ultra high throughput sequencing data. The Robert lab is currently generating strand-specific RNA-Seq data from yeast cells carrying different mutations as well as primary hematopietic precursor cells from mouse. The Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics laboratory, headed by Dr Haibe-Kains, is developing new pipelines for next-gen sequencing data analysis, including the stand-specific sequencing data generated by the Robert lab. The candidate will be co-supervised by Drs Robert and Haibe-Kains and will work in collaboration with experimental biologists who will test hypotheses generated from the computational analyses back in the lab.

Dr Robert is affiliated to the department of Medicine at the University of Montreal. Dr Haibe-Kains is affiliated to the department of Biochemistry at the University of Montreal and to the division of Experimental Medicine at McGill University.

For more information see
Robert lab page: http://www.ircm.qc.ca/robert
Haibe-Kains lab page: http://www.ircm.qc.ca/haibekains

HOW TO APPLY:
Send your CV with a cover letter and a list of references to: francois.robert[at]ircm.qc.ca

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