The successful candidate will join a group of veterinary pathologists and biomedical scientists who are using a wide range of next-generation sequencing technologies (WGS, RNA-seq, and target-seq) to support comparative cancer research and clinical collaborations.
Your Profile: i) Training in bioinformatics, computer science, genome biology, physics (Master/No Ph.D.) ii) Programming skills and experience working with large volumes of data, iii) Experience with next-generation sequencing data and high-throughput bioinformatics is a plus, and iv) Written and oral communication skills in English (Italian language not required)
Your task: 1. Analysis and interpretation of NGS data in the veterinary medicine field, 2. Development of custom pipelines for NGS projects and diagnostic for veterinary market 3. Data handling with statistical analysis.
PhD position as Bioinformatician in Canine Cancer Genomics Lab
Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Turin
Prof. Luca Aresu
Deadline for application
01 May 2022