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Bioinformatics Opportunities Cancer Research UK London, UK The vision of Cancer Research UK is to conquer cancer through world- class research. We are the world's leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer research, spending ?213m a year on cutting-edge research into treating, preventing and curing cancer. The Bioinformatics and BioStatistics Service provides support to Cancer Research UK-funded scientists primarily in the areas of expression data analysis, sequence analysis, genomics and biostatistics. We are currently looking for two people to join this group: Bioinformatics Officer (Ref: 3609) ================================== You will provide microarray data analysis support for CR-UK scientists. The principal responsibility will be to perform expert analysis of microarray data and other high-throughput genomic data, using a wide range of biological and bioinformatic methods and resources. You should have a degree in a biological science or bioinformatics; in-depth knowledge of molecular biology, genetics and analysis techniques for expression data; and 2 years' relevant experience. Good knowledge of available microarray analysis software would be advantageous. The above post will involve working closely with laboratory staff and collaboration with other bioinformaticians so you are expected to have good communication skills. Senior Bioinformatics Officer (Ref: 3616) ========================================= You will develop expertise and methods in analysis, statistics, visualisation and data integration for the Bioinformatics and BioStatistics Service support of array-based SNP and genotyping projects across Cancer Research UK. You should have a higher degree in bioinformatics, statistics, computational biology or computer science; in-depth knowledge of statistical analysis, data visualisation and numerical computation (eg R or MATLAB); the ability to program in a higher-level language; and 5 years' relevant experience. Familiarity with cancer biology, genetics or molecular biology would be advantageous. The post will initially entail a 12-18 month secondment to the Molecular Oncology group at St Barts and The London. The above post will involve working closely with laboratory staff and collaboration with other bioinformaticians so you are expected to have good communication skills. For further information and to apply online, please visit https://jobs.cancerresearchuk.org/ Alternatively to apply, please send two copies of both your CV and covering letter, quoting the appropriate reference, to Resourcing, PO Box 123, London WC2A 3PX or email: recruitment at cancer.org.uk Closing date: 14th October 2005. A culture of diversity. A focus on success. Charity no: 1089464
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