The Bioinformatics Research Scientist will be involved in collaborative research projects within the department of Cell and Molecular Biology, including the genetics and molecular biology of neurological diseases and cancer, modulation of chromatin structure by transcription factors, control of cellular metabolism, and the regulation of intracellular signaling pathways including those impinging on autophagy and cell death. Candidates with deep understanding of biological problems, critical thinking and expertise in genomic and proteomic data analysis, especially in sequence motif analysis, pathway analysis and network analysis, are highly encouraged to apply.
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