As a part of our involvement in the project titled “An atlas of brain regulatory regions and regulatory networks – a novel systems biology approach to pathogenesis of selected neurological disorders” we are looking for highly motivated people for the following positions:
- Internship (1000 PLN/month, up to 6 people in this round, + per diem for international candidates)
- post-doctoral researchers (negotiable pay, within NCN bounds, up to 1 person in this round).
The succesful candidates should have a background in Computer Science, Statistics or Bioinformatics, have reasonable experience in programming and interest in next-generation data analysis as well as computational modelling of gene regulation.
If you would be interested, please apply before January 20th, 2017. by sending your CV, short motivation letter and a list of your academic mentors who could be contacted via e-mail for a recommendation. If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact the project PI:
Dr. Bartek Wilczyński, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for a Master’s student to participate in the project titled: “Identification of regulatory non-coding variants associated with neurodegenerative disorders based on targeted sequencing of open chromatin regions”.
We offer a stipend of 2000 PLN per month for 2 years.
The successful candidates should have a background in molecular biology (including some laboratory practice). Experience in working with cell cultures would be an asset. For more detailed information about the project and recruitment criteria please check:
If you would be interested, please send your CV, motivation letter and recommendation letter (optionally) to the project PI:
dr. Magdalena Machnicka, email@example.com.
The application deadline is November 15th, 2017.
Don’t hesitate to contact the project PI if you have further questions.
More generally, we are always looking for motivated people, who want to work on interesting projects in regulatory genomics.
We are currently looking for post-doctoral researchers for work in the project Atlas of regulatory regions
If you are interested in pursuing a PhD in Computer Science or Mathematics and working on regulatory genomics project, contact us.
Master’s projects and student internships
We are also open to working with highly motivated undergraduate math, CS and bioinformatics students interested in modern molecular biology.
Bartek Wilczyński firstname.lastname@example.org