User: Daniel Brewer

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Comment: C: Hunting for Human Infectious Agents in Cancer using data from Genomics England's
... Hi Steve, Thanks for the interest. It's not published yet and we are still trialling a few different approaches, but it looks like a kmer approach with Kraken or Metaphlan at it's core is the way forward. ...
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Job: Hunting for Human Infectious Agents in Cancer using data from Genomics England's 100,000 genome project : PhD Studentship @ UEA, Norwich
... Infectious agents, such as bacteria and viruses, are involved in the development of a variety of human cancers such as cervical, liver, stomach and bladder cancer. We hypothesise that other infectious agents are directly linked to cancer development, but as yet remain unidentified. We have developed ...
cancer job ngs phd pathogens written 6 months ago by Daniel Brewer60
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Job: Biomarker Data Analysis: Development of a Test for Prostate Cancer : PhD Studentship @ UEA, Norwich
... Prostate cancer (PCa) is extremely common and has been detected in 30% of 40 year-old men, rising to 65% in 70 year olds. However, only a small proportion of these cancers will become clinically apparent and only ~20% of these will progress and kill the patient. Deciding which men to treat and which ...
cancer job phd written 6 months ago by Daniel Brewer60
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Job: Hunting for Human Infectious Agents in Cancer using data from Genomics England's 100,000 genome project : PhD Studentship @ UEA, Norwich
... Infectious agents, such as bacteria and viruses, are involved in the development of a variety of human cancers such as cervical, liver, stomach and bladder cancer. We hypothesise that other infectious agents are directly linked to cancer development, but as yet remain unidentified. We have developed ...
job bacteria phd cancer genomics pathogens written 8 months ago by Daniel Brewer60
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Job: 2 year bioinformatics postdoc in the microbiome and prostate cancer risk @ UEA, Norwich, UK
... We are looking for a talented and motivated individual to join a dynamic, multi- disciplinary research team at the University of East Anglia in Norwich as a Bioinformatics Officer to work on the Prostate Cancer UK funded project titled ‘The Role of Bacterial Infection in the Development of Advanced ...
microbiome cancer job postdoc prostate cancer uk written 15 months ago by Daniel Brewer60
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Job: 2015 Movember Foundation PhD Studentship in Bioinformatics @ UEA, Norwich, UK
... The Application of Genome DNA Sequencing Technologies and Bioinformatics to Understanding Why there are Multiple Areas of Cancer in Prostate Cancer Patients - 2015 Movember Foundation PhD Studentship in Bioinformatics In recent studies we have observed that in some men with prostate cancer even mor ...
cancer prostate job ngs phd written 21 months ago by Daniel Brewer60
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Job: Senior Research Associate in Bioinformatics, Norwich Medical School, UEA, UK
... Senior Research Associate in Bioinformatics REF: RA1220 Norwich Medical School University of East Anglia £31,342 to £37,394 per annum This is a full time post funded by Hoffman La Roche and is offered on a fixed- term basis initially until 31 August 2017. We are looking for a creative and motiva ...
job ngs bioinformatician job biofilm written 2.3 years ago by Daniel Brewer60
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DESeq2 plotPCA and scale
... When trying to replicate the function of plotPCA using prcomp as I use normally I noticed that I could only get it to match if I set scale=F in prcomp(). When scale=T scaling is done by dividing the (centered) columns of x by their standard deviations i.e. the genes are given equal weight. By sta ...
cancer written 3.4 years ago by Daniel Brewer60 • updated 3.4 years ago by Michael Love15k
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DESeq2: detect significantly increasing across an ordinal variable
... I have an RNASeq dataset that has samples from three conditions: low, medium and high. What I would like to find is genes that have expression that either increases or decreases with the condition. I have been using DESeq2 to do differential analysis and so was wondering if there is a way to do th ...
rnaseq cancer deseq2 written 3.4 years ago by Daniel Brewer60 • updated 3.4 years ago by Michael Love15k

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