Dear biostars community, I'm a first-year PhD student, Had my master degree in bioinformatics, and wishing to continue in the same field in my research. I'm having a hard time to find supervisors in computational biology, my current supervisor is purely a mathematician and computer sciences expert. We came to the conclusion that we need extern expertise to provide us with deep insight into thematics we can study. If you are a PhD student, a professor or any type of academic willing to start collaborations please contact me here.
Please add some details about the project and the skill set you can contribute to a collaboration. What are you working on, is this a new or an ongoing project, what are the contributors, and what kind of skillset should the collaborator bring into the project. Make the collaboration attractive. A random post without details for sure does not suffice for this.
Without that I do not see how any serious professional would even consider replying to such a post, and I am saying this in your best interest with 0% intend to be offensive.
Thank you for the advice, you are totally right. We're trying to create a project based on the collaboration. what we can offer is mathematical modeling, statistical analysis and solid knowledge in software development. what we need is a biological problem with provided data.
However, people need to understand exactly what you/your lab did before, maybe share your GitHub?! or anything that shows your programming ability, and what tools/software you did before, also share research papers from your lab, which will give others chances to see how can they establish cooperation. ~Best,