Bioinformatics is meant as a multi-disciplinary science for the study of biological systems at the molecular and cellular level by using informatics and computational methods and models.
Main goals of the associations are the study, development and spreading of Bioinformatics in a scientific, academic, technological and industrial environment.
Welcome to the BITS Web Site!
NEWS
by
27 January 2020
A postdoctoral position is immediately available for a bioinformatician in the context of a long-term project that aims at understanding the molecular bases and therapeutic implications of cellular heterogeneity in human pancreatic cancer. The project is highly integrative, making use of complementary cutting-edge omics technologies, including sequencing- and imaging-based spatial transcriptomics and epigenomics. It involves tight interactions not only with other group members but also with the broad community of computational and experimental biologists of the IFOM-IEO Campus.
Your role will be to lead, develop and apply advanced computational methods for genomics research, large-scale data integration and analysis of sequencing data from complementary genomic technologies applied to primary human pancreatic cancer samples and to samples from experimental models developed in the lab.
...read more
by
27 January 2020
Development of bioinformatics and statistics approaches for cancer genomics ...read more
by
14 January 2020
A POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN BIOINFORMATICS ON LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA GENOMICS AT THE CENTER OF HEMATO-ONCOLOGY RESEARCH, PERUGIA ...read more
by
10 January 2020
IEEE Transactions on IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Special Issue/Section on Deep Learning and Graph Embeddings for Network Biology
...read more
by
15 January 2020
Computational Biologists and Bioinformatics positions at San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy ...read more
by
13 January 2020
The bioinformatics unit at IRCCS Casa Sollievo della Sofferenza (CSS) is looking for a bioinformatician with advanced experience and skills in scientific programming. ...read more
by
9 January 2020
Registration to the 6th edition of the RNAseq and Single-cell RNAseq hands on workshop is open. The practical workshop is designed for life scientists without scripting knowledge and provides all the information required to perform both RNAseq and Single-cell RNAseq data analysis. ...read more