A computational postdoc position and a bioinformatician position are available in Alessandro Romanel's Lab recently established at the Centre for Integrative Biology (CIBIO) in Trento, Italy. The positions are in the context of an AIRC grant and are immediately available.
Successful candidates will be involved in the design and implementation of strategies to study the role of inherited polymorphisms in combination with timedependent variables and somatic events on cancer genesis, progression and resistance.
The ideal postdoc candidate will have a PhD in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Computational Biology or equivalent, experience in the analysis of next generation sequencing and high-density array data from human cells, strong analytical and quantitative background and programming skills. Background in cancer genomics is recommended.
The ideal bioinformatician candidate will have a four or five years degree in Computer Science, Bioinformatics or equivalent, experience in the management of large datasets, implementation of processing pipelines and strong programming skills. Background in biology/genomics is a plus.
Highly motivated individuals are invited to send a detailed CV, a cover letter describing research interests and experience, and contact information for two references to Alessandro Romanel (firstname.lastname@example.org).