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Postdoc position available in the Seoighe group

There is a Science Foundation Ireland funded position available for a postdoctoral researcher in the Seoighe Group. For more information on this opportunity and for how to apply please click here. [The closing date for this position has now passed].

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Postdoctoral researcher position available

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral researcher position to work in the Seoighe Research Group. Please click this link for information on the position and how to apply.

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Postdoctoral Fellow in Genomics/Computational Biology

BACKGROUND An SFI-funded postdoctoral fellowship is available in the Seoighe research group. The hosting research group works on several aspects of genomics and molecular evolution, typically developing or applying models or methods to address biological questions of interest. Recent work

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Mini-workshop on computational deconvolution of genomics data

A mini-workshop on computational deconvolution of genomics data will take place in Áras de Brún on Thursday afternoon, 25 May. Speakers include Renaud Gaujoux and Ruth Luthi-Carter, authors of the CellMix and PSEA software packages, respectively. The full programme is

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Andrew Simpkin Bioinformatics seminar on 30 March 2017

Andrew Simpkin will present next week’s Bioinformatics seminar (ADB1020 at 12:00 on Thursday, 30 March). Title and brief description below. Epigenetic age and physical development Prediction models which use DNA methylation to predict chronological age have recently been developed with

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Colin Semple seminar 23 March 2017

Colin Semple from the University of Edinburgh will present a seminar at this week’s Bioinformatics seminar series/journal club (12:00 on Thursday 23rd in ADB1020): Title: The blind watch-breaker: evolution at regulatory sites in cancer Abstract: Disruption of gene regulation is

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Bioinformatics journal club 16 March

Barbara Martinelli will present at this week’s bioinformatics journal club on this paper: http://www.nature.com/ng/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/ng.3805.html Thursday 16 March, in ADB1020.

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Seminar from Thomas Keane 16 March

Thomas Keane from the European Bioinformatics Institute is presenting his work at the School of Maths Symposium at 16:00 in Áras de Brún on Thursday, 16 March (ADB1020). Title: Using reference-free compressed data structures to analyse sequencing reads from thousands

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Bioinformatics seminar

Peter Keane will present at this week’s bioinformatics seminar series/journal club. Title: The autoimmune potential of alternative splicing 12:00 in ADB1020.

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Applications welcome for Hardiman and IRC PhD scholarships

There are two open calls for PhD scholarships: Hardiman Research Scholarships Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarships Please get in touch if you’re interested in applying. By clicking on individual names under the people tab you can find out research interests

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