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
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.