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Opportunity: PhD in BIOINFORMATICS @ SZN--Naples, Italy
Submitted by Remo Sanges; posted on Thursday, July 12, 2012
The Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn in Naples is among the top research institutions in the world in the fields of marine and molecular biology. The new established bioinformatics laboratory is seeking for a candidate interested in the evolution of genome architecture and gene regulatory networks. Specifically, the interest of the project will be focused on noncoding RNAs by analyzing next generation sequencing data

We are looking for someone who understands basic biological and evolutionary problems and is able to independently accomplish bioinformatics tasks.

Candidates will be expected to have knowledge of biology, functional genomics and programming in a UNIX/Linux environment. Previous experience with comparative genomics and genomics databases is a desirable asset. The selected student will become familiar with at least a scripting language (Perl), a database system (MySQL) and a statistical programming environment (R) in order to build bioinformatics pipelines. Wet lab work might be required during the PhD.

The PhD will be carried out in collaboration with the Open University (UK) and Professor Stefano Gustincich at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) of Trieste.

The "Villa Comunale" right in front of the sea of the Gulf of Naples.

All the information about the PhD and the guidelines on how to apply are listed on the webpage

The closing date for applications is August 31st 2012.

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