The Armenise-Harvard laboratory of Immune Regulation, headed by Luigia Pace at IIGM, is seeking for a skilled bioinformatician, interested to join a growing multidisciplinary and dynamic research environment. The candidate will spearhead computational and systems immunology analyses in the context of personalized biomedicine.
The Bioinformatics Centre of Ecological and Biological Sciences Department of Tuscia University is looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated bioinformatics researcher (RTDA 3+2 years) to work on the development and application of computational methods (machine and deep learning) in genomics, transcriptomics, metagenomics and structural biological data.
The Functional Genomics Laboratory (University of Verona) is an important national and international reference point for the sequencing and structural and functional characterization of genomes from different species. Its research focuses on the characterization of genomes by implementing the most advanced DNA sequencing technologies such as MinION, PacBio and Optical Mapping.
The candidate will collaborate to the Unit research projects for the management and the analysis of genomic data (gene expression profiles, single cell analysis) that will be produced in the different areas.
A research fellowship is available at the BioComputing UP Laboratory, University of Padova. A highly motivated and creative candidate is sought to work in the field of structural bioinformatics, focusing on non-globular proteins. The candidate will develop and maintain the bioinformatics infrastructure and generate new machine learning prediction models.