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Opportunity: Research Assistant / Associate (#002432) @ University of Glasgow, College of Science and Engineering -- Glasgow, UK
Submitted by Richard Bevan; posted on Thursday, September 06, 2012
RESPONSIBILITIES:
As part of a wider European project you carry out full-time research on an EU funded systems biology project: "Timet: Linking circadian regulation to metabolism in plants". The objective of the subproject led by Glasgow University is to reconstruct circadian gene and protein regulatory networks by postgenomic data integration. To this end, we will apply and further advance leading-edge methods from computational statistics and machine learning to parameter inference and model selection in complex systems.

With knowledge of Bayesian statistics, statistical bioinformatics and computation using Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) simulation, proficiency in at least one programming language and interest in working at the interface of statistics, computing science and molecular biology you will undertake International Level Research with partner institutions to meet the projects goals.

LOCALE:
University of Glasgow
College of Science and Engineering
School of Mathematics and Statistics

COMPENSATION:
Grade 6: GBP 26,004 - GBP 29,249; Grade 7: GBP 31,948 - GBP 35,938 per annum

HOW TO APPLY:
Apply online at http://www.glasgow.ac.uk/jobs

Ref: 002432

Informal enquiries may be made to:
Professor Dirk Husmeier
Telephone +44 (0) 141 330 45141
email: Dirk.Husmeier[at]glasgow.ac.uk

DEADLINE:
Closing date: 28 September 2012

POLICY:
The University is committed to equality of opportunity in employment.

The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401

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