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Job: PhD computational position - Milan
... 4 years PhD position in Computational Biology at SEMM (European School of Molecular Medicine), located at the IFOM-IEO-IIT campus in Milan, Italy   Online application Deadline August 2nd 2017   The role of RNA methylation in the control of mRNA synthesis, processing and degradation   The fine ...
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Job: Postdoc positions - Computational Biology - Center for Genomic Science, Milan, Italy
... Hello, three postdoc positions in computational biology are available at the Center for Genomic Science in Milan (Italy): 1. Development of computational methods to investigate the interplay between epigenetic and genetic layers and their role in tumor progression, by integrating genomic, ...
sequencing cancer written 3.8 years ago by mattia pelizzola180
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problem with locateVariants
... Hello, I am getting no matches using locateVariants, while I would expect some. Here is one example: gr= GRanges(seqnames=Rle('chr12'), ranges= IRanges(33804059, 33804059)) txdb= TxDb.Mmusculus.UCSC.mm9.knownGene length(locateVariants(query= gr, subject= txdb, region=AllVariants())) [1] 0 Warning ...
written 3.8 years ago by mattia pelizzola180
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counting BAM reads in a set of genomic regions
... Hi everybody, given a BAM file and a set of genomic regions stored in a GRanges object, I would like to know your opinion/experience on the fastest (and memory parsimonious) way in BioC for counting the number of reads for each region. Thanks! mattia [[alternative HTML version deleted]] ...
written 4.6 years ago by mattia pelizzola180 • updated 4.6 years ago by Martin Morgan ♦♦ 20k
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Post-Doc - Milan: miRNAs and non-coding RNAs identification from RNAseq data
... *Post-Doc - Milan: miRNAs and non-coding RNAs identification from RNAseq data* A position in computational biology is available at the European Institute of Oncology (IEO). Our group is engaged in a number of projects in areas of cancer genomics, development and stem cells. These projects incl ...
sequencing rnaseq mirna cancer written 5.2 years ago by mattia pelizzola180
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[JOB] NGS and computational genomics postdoc positions
... Hi, several post-doctoral positions are available in the Computational Epigenomics unit at the Center for Genomic Science of IIT@SEMM ( http://genomics.iit.it/groups/computational-epigenomics.html), a new outstation of the Italian Institute of Technology located in the IFOM- IEO Campus in Milan (h ...
cancer written 5.3 years ago by mattia pelizzola180
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Computational Biologist position available in Screening Unit in Milan, Italy
... Computational Biologist position available in Screening Unit in Milan, Italy: http://www.iit.it/en/resources/openings/iit-centres/iitsemm /computational-biologist-semm.html IIT at SEMM is a research outstation of the Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia located in Milan at the IFOM-IEO-CAMP ...
cancer written 5.9 years ago by mattia pelizzola180
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4 PhD positions in cancer computational biology
... Dear all,* * enrollment is open for 4 PhD positions in cancer computational biology at the IFOM-IEO campus in Milan, see the ad below. Best, mattia ** *############################# * * * *Cancer computational biology* Four PhD positions in Computational Biology are available at the I ...
sequencing epigenetics cancer written 6.1 years ago by mattia pelizzola180
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PhD program in Computational Biology in Milan, Italy
... *Applications are solicited for a PhD program in Computational Biology in Milan, Italy:* * * *Epigenome evolution in tumor models* (*Amati group, IIT & IEO*) Cancer originates from a complex combination of alterations at the level of the genome as well as of the epigenome. We are using next-ge ...
chipseq written 6.2 years ago by mattia pelizzola180
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occurrence of rGADEM motifs
... Hi, I am using rGADEM and MotIV to find out enriched motifs in my ChIPseq peaks and determine the similarity with Jaspar TFBS. These tools look very useful! rGADEM provides a list of enriched motifs. The total number of motifs is provided by the nOccurrences function, but I can't find a way to get ...
rgadem motiv written 6.2 years ago by mattia pelizzola180 • updated 6.2 years ago by Charles Joly Beauparlant150

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