Question: Post-doc bio-informatics in next generation sequencing (36 h) (VUMC - The Netherlands)
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Dear list, We are looking for a Post-doc / PhD to set up management and analysis of next generation sequencing data in our genomics team. The successful candidate will process and manage sequencing data, solicit and perform data analysis of genome sequencing experiments, implement existing analysis pipelines and associated data flows. You should have a degree in bioinformatics, molecular biology, or statistical genomics. You are a team worker with an excellent network and/or networking skills with prior peer-reviewed publications in this field. Proven computer programming proficiency and quantitative data analysis capabilities (in C#/C++, SQL, PERL, R) are a given. "Knowledge of sequencing-based high-throughput methodologies or genomics "Experience in moving and handling large amounts of (scientific) data reliably and efficiently "Experience with a database framework such as caBIG or alike Other useful skills would be: "Experience with next-generation sequencing data analysis and statistical methods "Experience with array data, especially chromosomal copy number "Experience with HTML, CSS, and Javascript and related web based tools "Experience with grid computing (LSF,SunGrid, etc.) Salary level 10 (2388 tot 3786 euro gross income). * 6.75% end-of-year payment and 8% holiday allowance; * Opportunity to participate in employee savings cheme of lifestyle savings scheme; * Collective pension scheme (ABP); * Personal budget We offer a young and dynamic environment in health care covering an active research group in genomics, biostatistics and bioinformatics. Your position is at the VU University Medical Center, Department of Pathology. Background info and . The department of Pathology at the VU University Medical Center (VUMC) performs internationally recognized research in genomics, oncogenesis and immunology. VUMC houses state of the art technological facilities for genomics, including a Micro Array Core Facility and an OncoProteomics laboratory. In the past 10 years genomics have caused a world-wide molecular biological revolution in which the VUMC Micro Array Core Facility has played an important role. Next generation sequencing (or massively parallel sequencing) is the next step in genome research. Research performed in our academic hospital has a strong translational character. In that regard at VUMC we have implemented, arrays, as a genomic technique, for diagnostics in our clinical genetics department and for classification and treatment of different types of cancer. Applications with "position number" D5.2009.00083, preferably by November 16th, 2009 to VU Medisch Centrum Divisie V t.a.v. Mw. M.E. van Eerden PK 5 X 178 Postbus 7057 1007 MB Amsterdam E-mail < in="" formatics%20in%20next%20generation%20sequencing%20(d5.2009.00083)=""> Contact Bauke Ylstra, molecular biologist, telephone number: +31.20.4442495 E-mail: <> or Jeroen Belien, telephone number: +31.20.4444025 E-mail: <> [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
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