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.
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BITS4COVID-19 SURVEILLANCE
In this unique situation, the scientific community is tackling the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide with an effort never seen before. The BITS steering committee have decided to help the community sharing all the research activities related to the COVID-19 diffusion that the BITS members are going on.
A dedicated page to collected these initiatives is now active.
NEWS
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12 May 2021
Ph.D. Program in Computational and Quantitative Biology - Call for admissions ...read more
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11 May 2021
This month: NORMAN DAVEY and GABOR ERDOS

The IDPfun consortium presents IDPfun webinars, a series of talks on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins. All our webinars will include a 20-minute talk by one of our Principal Investigators and a 15-minute talk by one of our secondees. Both talks will be followed by a Q&A session and the audience is warmly encouraged to engage in the conversation. ...read more
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9 May 2021
A one-year fellowship is available immediately at the European Institute of Oncology - Department of Experimental Oncology, to join the Bioinformatics Unit. ...read more
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11 April 2021
The aim of the project is to study ovarian cancer heterogeneity by giving a landscape of genomic and epigenomic interactions and unravelling tumor microenvironment composition, tumour-immune cells interaction and the association genotypes-immunophenotypes.
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11 May 2021
Computational Biologists and Bioinformatics positions at San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with a long term commitment for translational research. Successful candidates are welcome to evaluate Ph.D. applications. Developing skills/attitude are required to support autonomous work. ...read more
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12 April 2021
The IDPfun consortium presents IDPfun webinars, a series of talks on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins. All our webinars will include a 20-minute talk by one of our Principal Investigators and a 15-minute talk by one of our secondees. Both talks will be followed by a Q&A session and the audience is warmly encouraged to engage in the conversation. ...read more
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7 April 2021
We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher within the frame of a multidisciplinary project involving five different Institutions in Italy and UK. ...read more