Job:Research Fellow (Developer) University of Edinburgh Centre for Integrative Physiology UK-Scotland-Edinburgh
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Post-doctoral Research Fellowship (Full-time 1yr or Part-time, 50%, 2yr): database development

This post is an important part of a project in the University's Synthetic Biology Research Centre, and will forge a new link between synthetic biology and pharmacology. Located in Prof Jamie Davies' lab (George Square site), the post-holder will work on a project to create a new section of the http://www.guidetopharmacology.org database, to highlight drug-responsive elements of proteins that might be added to other proteins to confer synthetic drug control.

The database development position will extend the existing database to include sections on protein motifs that could, in principle, be built into engineered proteins to make those proteins targets of known drugs. The data will be used by the holder of a related 'lab work' position, to build one example protein engineered to be a target of a specific drug, as a wet-lab proof of concept. The holder of this database developer post, and the holder of that lab work position, will need to work together.

The post requires a degree in biological or biomedical sciences and a postgraduate qualification in bioinformatics, with knowledge of programming languages including Java, JavaScript, HTML and CSS, and experience using relational databases and writing SQL queries.

Educated to PhD level or equivalent experience is required.

Job Information

Position Type: Postdoctoral Bioinformatics
Reference (Job ID number): 033662
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: Contract
Status: open


Contact Information

University of Edinburgh
Centre for Integrative Physiology
Jamie Davies
https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/

How To Apply: Apply online by 4th Aug 2015 at the University of Edinburgh jobs website at https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/

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