Job: PhD student position in bioinformatics (sequence analysis, functional genomic, data mining, ML) at BIH, Berlin, Germany
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We are looking for a PhD student in computational biology/bioinformatics who will join Martin Kircher’s Junior Research Group at the Berlin Institute of Health in Germany. Starting date is January 1st, 2018 or later. The group does research in the areas of sequence analysis, data mining and functional genomics. One particular focus are non-coding sequence variation, specifically analysis of data from Massively Parallel Reporter Assays (MPRA) for promoter and enhancer variants as well computational approaches for identifying functionally relevant genetic changes. Please find detailed here:

https://www.bihealth.org/en/news/job-offer-phd-student-in-computational-biologyinformatics-1186/

To apply, please email a cover letter (incl. your motivation for joining the lab), a statement of research interests, your CV (both in English), contact address of at least two professional referees, transcripts and certificates of your degrees indicating NWG-28/2017 in the subject line to jobs@bihealth.de. Please submit your application as one file, maximum size 8 Mb. The application deadline is Dec 20th, 2017.

For enquiries about the position please contact Dr. Martin Kircher, e-mail: martin.kircher@bihealth.de

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