Manuela Zanda joins the group as a visiting postdoc, co-supervised by Vincent Plagnol at UCL. Manuela has a background in population genetics and machine learning. While with us, she will be supplementing these tools with functional genomics approaches to gain insight into disease mechanisms. Welcome!
We have finished the manuscript on establishing a population genomics resource in medaka fish (one of Mikhail’s projects while in Ewan Birney’s group in collaboration with Jochen Wittbrodt, Kiyoshi Naruse and Felix Loosli labs in Germany and Japan). We have made the pre-print available in arXiv and the same time as submitting it to a peer-reviewed journal. This means that you can read it and “peer-review” it yourself before seeing the final version in print. Special thanks go to Ian Dunham for overseeing the final stage of the project – and fingers crossed for the peer-review!
Update: the call is now closed – thanks everyone for your interest!
A joint PhD position between Peter Fraser’s and our groups at Babraham Institute is waiting to be filled!
The project is on the evolution of long-range interactions and is a fantastic opportunity to learn state-of-the-art laboratory and computational techniques.
Please see the full project description and apply online at FindAPhD. The deadline is on 18 April with interviews scheduled for early May. Unfortunately, funding is only available for UK and EU students.
Update: the call is now closed. We’ve received a lot of great applications – thanks everyone for your interest!
We are looking for a computational postdoc to work on the functional genomics of ageing. This is a very exciting, collaborative post with lots of great in-house data to mine! The deadline is on 3rd April 2013.
More details are on Babraham institute website→.
More on joining us. We look forward to hearing from you!
Paula joins us after a PhD in Bela Novak’s lab in Oxford. She is taking the plunge into the genomics world and (if we behave well) may share some of her dynamic modelling wisdom with us. Welcome!