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    Opportunity: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in computational biology @ University of Edinburgh -- Edinburgh, UK
    Submitted by Linus Schumacher; posted on Wednesday, September 29, 2021

    BACKGROUND

    Do you want to conduct research in mathematical and computational biology, embedded in a world-leading centre for regenerative medicine? Do you want to contribute to building integrated platforms for predicting changes in tissue state from complex multi-modal data, as part of an international collaboration?

    We are seeking a postdoctoral research fellow with analytical and computational skills, experience of working with complex datasets and an interest in understanding biological systems. The project is funded by the Wellcome Leap Delta Tissue Program (wellcomeleap.org/delta-tissue/). You would work as a member of the Schumacher group (www.ed.ac.uk/rege[...]acher) in the Centre for Regenerative Medicine, and collaborate with the Marks (marks.hms.harvard.edu) and Sander (www.sanderlab.org) labs at Harvard Medical School, as well as the wider Delta Tissue network.

    REQUIREMENTS

    Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant subject or equivalent research experience.

    Your skills and attributes for success:
    • Experience in the development of mathematical models of biological systems
    • Competence in scientific computer programming in Python, Julia, or a computer programming language with similar capabilities
    • In-depth knowledge of statistics and statistical methods, including Bayesian statistics and/or machine learning and/or topological data analysis
    • Experience working with single cell "omics" data, including multimodal and/or spatial data
    • Experience of collaborating with experimentalists or biologists
    For full details see application link below.

    LOCATION

    Edinburgh, though hybrid-remote working can be discussed

    COMPENSATION

    £34,304 to £40,927 per annum

    HOW TO APPLY

    Use this link to apply, please include a cover letter and CV incl. list of publications: elxw.fa.em3.oraclecloud.com/hcmU[...]share

    DEADLINE

    Oct 11th

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