Pubblicato su stage4eu il: 28/07/2020 European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Bioinformatics Trainee - EvoCELL Short-term Early Stage Researcher (MSCA)

EMBL - European Molecular Biology Laboratory
Meyerhofstrasse 1, Heidelberg, Germania
Progettazione/Ricerca & Sviluppo, Informatica/ICT, Biologia/Chimica/Farmaceutica, Statistica/Data analysis
12 mesi 
Retribuito + benefit
L'offerta scade il 25/08/2020
Posti disponibili Non specificato
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Attività:

The successful candidate will be trained to help analyse and build tools for the analysis and integration of single cell RNA-seq data collected from diverse marine animals by laboratories of the EvoCELL network. The researcher will be hosted in the Arendt lab at EMBL (Heidelberg, Germany) and cooperate with all EvoCELL labs across Europe.   The network, coordinated by EMBL Heidelberg, brings together 10 academic and 2 non-academic organizations from 6 European countries, including a company and a museum. Partners have complementary expertise in evolutionary developmental biology (EvoDevo), bioinformatics, functional neurobiology, and paleontology. In this unique environment the researcher will have the opportunity to take part in the network training activities and benefit from established collaborations.

Requisiti principali:

Prior experience writing code and performing data analysis in Python or R, as well as basic experience with Linux/Unix environments. Working language is English.

In order to be eligible to apply for this position, candidates should have completed their Master studies (or the degree that allows them to embark in a PhD in their country of origin or in the hosting country), not longer than 4 years from the start of the fellowship. Candidates should ideally possess a Master’s degree in a relevant academic field, or a degree that allows them to embark in a PhD.

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