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Bioinformatics Group OSCAT2012: International Conference PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Wednesday, 12 October 2011 13:14

Bioinformatics Group announces:

We are organizing international conference of "Open Source for Computer -Aided Translational medicine", we are looking for
suggestions for possible topics and titles of sessions. Our overall objective is to promote translational medicine from basic to clinical science, we wish to include all topics/steps important for bring medicine against dread diseases, in market. Your suggestion will be useful to improve content of conference. We believe in open source and hope you will share your thoughts. Please also suggest speakers for above conference.

See http://crdd.osdd.net/oscat/

Bioinformatic Position at CEBio-BMHid group PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 13:09


The CEBio - Centro de Excelência em Bioinformática from Fio Cruz, Brasil (http://www.cebio.org/) and the BMHid-Biologia Molecular de Hidatidosis, CONICET, Argentina (http://www.conicet.gov.ar) labs are seeking a highly motivated phD student with a deep interest in the computational mining of genomic data and the integration and joint analysis of parasite databases. The CEBio is a genomics and bioinformatics center that is currently involved in a number of genomics projects from bacteria to higher eukaryotes. The BMHid is one of the few laboratories with interdisciplinary research in the neglected disease: cystic hydatidosis, in one of the most important Universities of the area. BMHid is engaged in the study of the molecular basis of Echinococcus development and survival as well as in molecular epidemiology of cystic hydatidosis in South America.

NGS Data Management: Sequencing Systems, Storage, and Analysis PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Thursday, 26 May 2011 17:55

NGS Data Management: Sequencing Systems, Storage, and Analysis

NGS Data Management convenes hardware/software engineers, database architects, storage managers, systems
     integrators and analysts who are managing the data, as well as biological/medical researchers who are generating
     the sequences and the bioinformaticists who are analyzing and interpreting the data. This program is designed to
     provide perspectives from each specialty, with an emphasis on how they can be integrated into a cohesive,
     comprehensive team to manage the sequencing data deluge.


     Applications of RNA-Seq in Microbial Genomics
     Burkhard Tümmler, Ph.D., Professor, Pediatric Pneumology, Allergology and Neonatology, Hannover Medical School

     Sequence-Based Physical Mapping of Complex Genomes by Whole Genome Profiling
     Jan van Oeveren, Biostatistician, Keygene NV

     On Post-Transcriptional Processes and Their Footprints
     Steve Hoffmann, Ph.D., Junior Research Group, Transcriptome Bioinformatics, Leipzig University


Bioinformatics Programmer Opening PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Friday, 27 May 2011 17:51
The Carnegie Institution for Science, located on the Stanford University campus, is looking for a programmer to handle bioinformatics programming work for our state-of-the-art model organism database. TAIR, The Arabidopsis Information Resource (http://arabidopsis.org) provides leading-edge genomics research data and tools.


Programming bioinformatics systems in Java, Perl, Python, and SQL Managing large data sets and processes using file systems and relational databases (MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL) with SQL Maintaining existing bioinformatics tools and systems in a variety of languages Other bioinformatics-related duties as required
post-doc position in Bioinformatics/Quantitive Proteomics at FRIAS/Freiburg/Germany PDF Print E-mail
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Wednesday, 25 May 2011 17:44

The group for protein Dynamics at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS), School of Life Sciences - LifeNet is inviting applications for
                              1 postdoctoral position
in the field of Bioinformatics/Quantitative Proteomics.
The project deals with the analysis of large-scale datasets of protein modification, interaction and turnover related to autophagy, a cellular degradation pathway. The dynamic data will be generated by quantitative mass spectrometry-based proteomics. In collaboration with theoretical/systems biology groups this projects aims at developing data repositories and computational models of regulatory, autophagy-relevant protein networks.


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