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7127| King's College London, Division of Psychology and System Sciences| Postdoctoral Research Worker - MRC SGDP Centre| Grade 6, £32,958 per annum, plus 2,623 per annum London AllowanceGrade 5, £32,004 per annum plus £2,623 London Weighting Allowance per annumAppointments made on the basis ‘thesis submitted’ and without doctorate awarded, will be placed on grade 5 until the award dateFixed Term Contract for 18 monthsRef: R6/PAD/0161/17-SBFurther opportunities for research in the future will also potentially be availableApplications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Worker to join the laboratory of Prof. Gunter Schumann at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London. We are seeking a talented, energetic and highly motivated individual to participate in an interdisciplinary research programme on population neuroscience and precision medicine that is supported by different funding agencies, including the European Research Council, the European Commission, the UK-Medical Research Council, the U.S. National Institute of Health and others. To achieve the goals of this programme we require a computer scientist/applied mathematician with experience in handling biological datasets, or related fields.Our overall aim is to identify, in several large adolescent behavioural neuroimaging-genetics cohorts that are both population- and patient-based, widely applicable early markers for neural processes that specifically predict psychopathology and allow for targeted early interventions. This work involves data analyses of existing large scale datasets, including IMAGEN, ENIGMA, ALSPAC, SCAMP and UK biobank) as well as datasets in Europe, China and India that are currently being generated allowing cross-cultural comparisons of adolescent brain development and behavior, as well identification of genetic and environmental determinants. The analyses will employ state of the art stratification and prediction techniques, including deep learning methods and various sparse representational techniques. Results generated will be followed up using functional biological characterization, both in our research group (functional –omics), as well as an active international network of collaborating partners (including animal behavioural experts). The successful candidate will have a track record of the highest standard in their respective fields and are expected to be experienced in several, but not all of the methods required in this programme.The closing date for receipt of applications is midnight on 2 March 2017. Interviews are scheduled to be held shortly after the closing date. For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact Prof Gunter Schumann: [email protected] apply for this role, please visit https://www.hirewire.co.uk/HE/1061247/MS_JobDetails.aspx?JobID=74899 and register to download and submit the specified application form.
7134| University of Freiburg, Genetics Institute| Epigenetic Regulation of Plant Stem Cells| We are seeking highly motivated postdoc candidates to investigate how stem cells in the root meristem sense and adopt to environmental changes. A specific focus will be on the epigenetic regulation of stem cells during this process. Background: Unlike most animals, plants can grow and form new organs throughout their life, which in the case of some long-lived trees can last for more than thousand year. The cells for this are supplied by pluripotent stem cells in the proliferative centers plants, the meristems. In addition to their longevity, plant growth and thus stem cell activity must adjust to environmental signals, such as season, light, water and nutrient supply. How active stem cells can be maintained for such a long time and accurately form new organs and how they can sense and adopt to environmental conditions is a central question for both, stem cell biology and agriculture. Our group previously has shown that the stem cells of the shoot meristem are regulated by a local negatively feedback look between the transcription factor WUSCHEL (WUS) and the signaling peptide CLAVATA3 (Mayer at al, Cell 1998; Schoof et al, Cell 2000). We also found that the root meristem functions in a similar way, expressing the WUS homolog WOX5 (Sarkar et al., Nature 2007). WOX5 is required to maintain the stem cells forming the gravity sensing columella pluripotent but also can reprogram already differentiated cell to induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS). The way WOX5 work is that it changes the chromatin of the stem cells by recruiting a histone modifying enzyme to the DNA of its target genes, and as consequence, the Chromatin becomes compacted and the genes silenced (Pi et al., Developmental Cell, 2015). The columella stem cells are a prefect model to study stem cell regulation, because it consists only of three cells types, the niche cells, called quiescent center, that signal to maintain stem cells pluripotent, the dividing stem cells, and their differentiated daughter cells, the gravity sensing columella cells. The root stem cells must adopt to a number of abiotic and biotic environmental challenges including drought, flooding, nutrient shortage, soil contamination but also bacteria and fungus infections. Understanding how stem cells cope with these conditions to maintain root growth is not only of highest importance to stem cell biology, but also for agriculture, especially considering the global climate change.Goal: Understand how the genetic and epigenetic networks that regulates stem cells are affected and respond to environmental signals to cope with adverse conditions.Methods: In addition to standard genetic and molecular tools, the projects utilizes a novel microfluidic technology that is developed together with our engineering partners. This set up allows to simulate environment conditions with simultaneous 3-dimensional live imaging of cells and of fluorescent reporter proteins. Transcriptome, chromatin, and live imaging data will be combined to create models of how regulatory networks of stem cells cope with changing environmental conditions. We will test the role of specific genes by creating CRISPR/CAS9 induced mutants and comparing how environmental adaptation changed compared to wild type. Results will finally be used to formulate breeding concepts with our collaborators at the Shandong Agricultural University in Tai'an (China) to improve root growth under adverse conditions, such as drought or compromised soil.Lab detailsThe lab language is English. German is not required. For further information, also on our publications, please visit our homepage (www.biologie.uni-freiburg.de/LauxLab). The University of Freiburg with a strong and international scientific community is routinely among the best German Universities in international rankings, and advanced facilities for systems biology, protein analysis, and imaging are available. The city of Freiburg is located in the black forest, next to France, Switzerland, and the Alps.How to applyPlease send your CV including your research experiences and your future interests to Thomas Laux ([email protected]).
7156| Cranfield University, Electronic Warfare, Cyber and Information| Research Fellow in Imaging, Computer Vision and Autonomous Systems| This post offers challenging and stimulating opportunities for researchers with a background in Image Processing, Computer Vision and Autonomous Systems.Signals and Autonomy Group is one of the six groups within the Centre for Electronic Warfare, Information and Cyber. The Group covers a wide variety of topics encompassing; Image Processing Techniques, Vision based Navigation systems, Autonomous Vehicles, Security, Automatic Object Recognition, 2D/3D Mapping, and Guidance and Control Techniques.Main responsibilities include:• To perform research in Imaging, Computer Vision and applications on autonomous systems• To publish high quality journals based on the research carried out• To manage/participate in the daily basis interaction with our research partners• To supervise practical work where it is part of the intended project or other projects in the Signals and Autonomy GroupYou will have:• A PhD (or nearing completion) in an appropriate field• Significant expertise in image processing, computer vision and/or estimation theory from industrial or academic exposure• Experience of publishing in high quality journals • Knowledge in terms of sensor systems (Cameras and/or LIDAR, and/or Inertial sensors)In addition, skills for Matlab/C/C++ programming proficiency are essential. A PhD with an application on imaging and Computer vision and familiarity with autonomous systems concepts are desirable.
1038335| Ricerca Biosciences, LLC| Senior Study Director| Responsibilities BASIC SUMMARY: Study Director for pilot and IND-enabling studies. Experience in chronic, investigative and carcinogenicity study designs. Responsible for the planning, conduct and successful reporting of assigned studies. Participate in report review and generation process. Develop new capabilities for Ricerca Biosciences. Communicate with Sponsors as required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Participate in the proposal and bid development process Serve as a key contact for sponsors Participate in and coordinate all phases of the study planning process with Client Services and technical and laboratory support operations Responsible for study design and generation of protocols Interpret study data, write reports and draw conclusions Develop and foster business relationships Perform other duties as assigned Qualifications 10+ Years' experience as a Study Director in a CRO setting PhD in Toxicology or Pharmacology or a related field. Ability to interact with multiple personality types and cultural backgrounds. DABT preferred. Additional experience as a toxicologist, or related field in a governmental or industrial setting is preferable. Working knowledge of Good Laboratory Practices regulations Attention to detail and excellent interpersonal and communication skills
7145| University of Otago, Wellington, Department of Paediatrics| Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioinformatics (Epilepsy Genetics)| Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo ki Te Whanga-Nui-a-TaraDEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICSTe Tari Mātai Mate me te Hauora TamarikiAn exciting postdoctoral opportunity is available for outstanding applicants with experience in analysing next-generation sequencing data. You will be based at the Epilepsy Research Group at the University of Otago, Wellington, where you will manage epilepsy genetic bioinformatics research projects focusing on the analysis of next-generation sequencing data from family and cohort studies.The Epilepsy Research Group is a high-calibre national epilepsy genetics project with over 1200 individuals participating from around New Zealand. The group has strong ties with world-leading scientists in Melbourne at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) and the Epilepsy Research Centre, University of Melbourne. The project will be primarily supervised by Associate Professor Lynette Sadleir with Professor Melanie Bahlo at the WEHI. You will have an affiliation with the WEHI as a visiting scientist to the institute and will travel to Melbourne at least twice a year. The bioinformatics analysis will be performed using established analysis pipelines at the WEHI and accessed remotely while in Wellington.Key Tasks:• Appropriate analysis of data using next-generation sequencing analysis tools.• Maintenance and development of data analysis pipelines.• Understanding and interpretation of techniques and results.• Management of a portfolio of epilepsy projects.• Understanding of epilepsy genetics.• Maintain good working relationships with Epilepsy Research Group staff and our research collaborators.• Summarising and reporting key results to collaborators.• Present research results at meetings.• Writing manuscripts reporting the results.• Contribute to the Epilepsy Research Group and Bahlo lab meeting schedule by giving meeting talks (2-3 times pa).• Present work at conferences.• Attendance at Epilepsy Collaborative Group Retreats (twice pa).• Contribute to Grant Funding applications.Knowledge and skills: A PhD in a quantitative discipline such as computational biology, statistics, mathematics, computer science is required, as well as experience in the analysis of next-generation sequencing data and a good understanding of genetics. Experience with family studies is also highly desirable. The successful candidate will have experience in Perl (and/or Python), R programming and post analysis interpretation, as well as report writing and discussion of research results.This is a full-time position fixed-term for two years.Please include the following in your application:• A current curriculum vitae.• If relevant, please also attach a copy of your current work visa.• A cover letter is also required. In your cover letter, please address specifically, with examples, how you fulfil each of the essential and desired person specifications stated in the job description. Please also state why you are interested in the position.Applications quoting reference number 1700249 will close on Monday, 13 February 2017.APPLICATION INFORMATIONTo see a full job description and to apply online go to: www.otago.ac.nz/humanresources/join-otagoEqual opportunity in employment is University policy.E tautoko ana Te Whare Wananga o Otago i te kaupapa whakaorite whiwhinga mahi.
1038343| Networkers| Mechanical Engineer| You will lead our mechatronics team and ensure that targets are met. You will organize a structured process to reach the team goals, internally and with our partners. Aware of innovations, you will also make the product grow rapidly in performance.Solid quality assurance and maintenance plans will be introduced under your guidance. Requirements: Msc or PhD in Mechanical Engineering/Mechatronics At least 10 years of experience in vehicle mechanical/electrical development Experience in System Engineering Experience in Project Management Hands-on working style Potential to lead a team Comfortable in English Automotive background, quality assurance processes, robotics, perception sensors, thermal engineering, battery systems, maintenance aspects, management, in love with robots, AGV experience
7159| University of Edinburgh, Veterinary Medicine| Research Fellow| Ref: 038971We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral research fellow to develop a predictive quantitative framework for assessing the short- and long-term effectiveness of vaccination programmes in domestic livestock. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing mathematical models that combine field and experimental data in order to predict potential evolutionary and epidemiological consequences of vaccination in farm animals. The post is available at The Roslin Institute of the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, under the supervision of Drs. Andrea Doeschl-Wilson and Samantha Lycett. The Roslin Institute is part of the University of Edinburgh’s College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, and is internationally renowned for its multi-disciplinary research in animal health. The advertised position is part of the European Horizon2020 project SAPHIR: Strengthening Animal Production and Health through the Immune Response http://www.h2020-saphir.eu/. The successful candidate will thus interact with other group members and external collaborators from a variety of backgrounds, such as computational statistics, quantitative and molecular genetics, immunology and animal or veterinary science, and will be expected to present the work to an international audience.The post-holder must have a PhD (or near completion) in a scientific discipline with a substantial quantitative component (e.g. mathematics, statistics, theoretical or computational biology, or physics), together with evidence of skills in mathematical modelling and writing scientific publications. Extensive knowledge in R or other programming languages is required. The ideal candidate will have experience in modelling biological or ecological processes and a strong interest in infectious disease dynamics, be autonomous, organised and collaborative and also possess strong problem solving skills.The position is full-time and available for a minimum of 16 months, with an anticipated starting date of August 2017.
1038234| Miller Ag| Senior Director Agrochemical Development| Senior Director Agrochemical Development As a part of the Executive team, the main focus of this role is to promote our client's Bioscience's Agrochemical Development and expand our client base while fostering strong client relationships. Act as a liaison between external clients and the management and operational teams. The primary emphasis of this position will be to oversee the operations of teams that perform environmental fate, plant and animal metabolism, residue and physical chemistry studies. The successful candidate will have an understanding of study designs and the regulator requirements for these areas. The objective will be to complete studies on time, with quality and with excellent communication with the client. The primary measure of the success in in this role will be the achievement of annual revenue targets set by Executive and Business management. Responsiveness and Delivery to Promise will be the watchwords of the professional. This will include timely communications with clients (call-backs with one business day) and a sense of urgency around projects and deliverables. A Degree in life sciences required, PhD is preferred. Minimum of 5-7 years' experience. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Miller Ag is a leading Agricultural Executive Search Firm in the US. Our client's pay all fees, relocations costs if needed and offer an excellent corporate benefits package. About the CompanyMiller Ag is a leading Agricultural Executive Search Firm in the US. Our client's pay all fees, relocations costs if needed and offer an excellent corporate benefits package. If interested in any of these or other positions with Miller Ag please send us your resume in confidence! See If these don't fit your needs please tell friend!
7165| University College London, UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Surgical and Interventional Sciences, Institute of Healthcare Engineering| Research Associate / Senior Research Associate in Computer-assisted Intervention Science / Software Engineering| The appointment will be on UCL Grade 7. The salary range will be Grade 7 £34,056 - £41,163 per annum Grade 8 £42,304 - £49,904 per annum , inclusive of London Allowance.The Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Surgical and Interventional Sciences at UCL invites applications for Medical Physics and Biophotonics Engineering Research Associates and Senior Research Associates with experience in surgical and interventional sciences. This is an exciting opportunity for enthusiastic Researchers / Engineers with relevant skills in this area to join an internationally leading research group. The Centre mission is to translate developments from flagship research projects into clinical tools and bring the duration to first-in-human clinical studies under 5 years. The appointment is available from 1 May 2017 and is funded for 2 years in the first instance. In our System Integration innovation support theme, we require engineers with in-depth software engineering expertise, and capabilities in system integration. For our three fundamental research themes (Physiological Navigation - Clinician Experience - Precision Instrumentation), we require researchers/engineers with a broad set of technical expertise underpinning the Centre’s software platform and research aspirations. More specifically, we seek applications from researchers / software engineers with expertise in interventional imaging, robotics/instrumentation, and sensing applications. To be appointed at Grade 8 (Senior Research Associate) candidates must be able to demonstrate experience leading a team of researchers and have some evidence of being invited to present at international conferences. An excellent publication record is necessary, while experience of serving on peer-review committees would be desirable. The Appointees will have a strong mathematical and/or engineering background and relevant experience in one or more research areas listed within the person specification. Interested candidates are welcome to contact either Professor Sebastien Ourselin or Dr Tom Vercauteren, email: [email protected] for an informal discussion. A job description and person specification can be accessed via the link at the bottom of this page.For further details about the vacancy and how to apply online please go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs/ and search on Reference Number:1629260 If you have any queries regarding the application process please contact Neha Shah, HR Manager for advice [email protected] . Closing Date: 17 March 2017Latest time for the submission of applications:23:59Interview Date: TBCUCL Taking Action for Equality.
7147| Institute of Food Research, Gut Health and Food Safety Programme| Research Scientist| Applications are invited for a Research Scientist to work on a 3 year project in the Gut Health and Food Safety Programme at the Institute of Food Research, investigating the metabolism of sialic acid by gut bacteria. The post-holder will carry out in vitro work (anaerobic cultures, heterologous expression, enzymatic assays), in vivo colonisation (mouse models) and contribute to carbohydrate (NMR, HPLC, MS) and microbiome analyses (16S sequencing). A PhD degree in Biological Sciences and previous research experience in molecular biology, microbiology and protein/carbohydrate chemistry is essential. The post-holder will work closely with collaborators on the Norwich Research Park involved in the project. In addition to the proposed experimental work, the post-holder will contribute to the research by interacting with Research Scientists and PhD students in the Juge Group, writing-up reports and publications, and presenting at relevant meetings and Conferences. The post-holder will also be encouraged to join public engagement activities. In addition, they will benefit from regular BBSRC-sponsored training courses in career development and transferable skills. In 2018, research teams from IFR, the University of East Anglia’s Faculty of Science and Norwich Medical School and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals’ gastrointestinal endoscopy facility will integrate into the Quadram Institute, a new interdisciplinary research institute at the forefront of a new era in food and health research at the heart of the Norwich Research Park. (http://quadram.ac.uk/).Salary on appointment will be within the range £30,750 to £37,750 per annum depending on qualifications and experience. This post is for a contract of 3 years. For further information and details of how to apply, please visit our web site http://jobs.ifr.ac.uk or contact Human Resources, Norwich BioScience Institutes Partnership, Norwich Bioscience Institutes, Norwich, NR4 7UA, UK, 01603 450462 quoting reference 1003190.We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sectors of society. The Institute supports equality of opportunity within the workplace and expects all employees to share and display these values. To support our commitment, we have a range of family, faith and diversity friendly working arrangements to help all staff achieve excellence in their area of work.As a Disability Confident employer, we guarantee to offer an interview to all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for this vacancy. The closing date for applications will be 7th March 2017. The Institute of Food Research is a registered charity (No 1058499) and is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
7140| University of Tartu, Institute of Biomedicine and Translational Medicine| Research Fellow of Clinical Genomics and Personalized Medicine| Duties and responsibilities:We are seeking four highly motivated and experienced post-doctoral research scientist with a background in molecular biology / functional genomics and epigenetics / cell biology / reproductive and epithelial physiology/ to join the research team of the recently appointed ERA Chair (Senior Research Fellow Alireza Fazeli) in the Institute of Biomedicine and Translational Medicine, University of Tartu. The research fellows will work closely with the ERA Chair team. The ERA Chair research team is focused on investigating the mechanism of complex diseases such as infertility and chronic inflammatory diseases. The Department of Pathophysiology in the University of Tartu has excellent genomic, epigenomics, proteomics, cell biology and animal model investigation systems. The principal task of the research fellows will be to devise and conduct research projects in close collaboration with the ERA chair to understand the intercellular communication and epigenetic basis of the gametes- and embryo-maternal communication as well as inter-cellular communcation during chronic inflamatory diseases. Duties and responsibilities:The post holder will be responsible for:• The design of study protocols and perform experiments in close collaboration with ERA Chair• Supervision of PhD students involved in the project• Collaboration with other members of the research group• Reporting and publishing of obtained results• Participation in knowledge transfer and public awareness activities• Participation and input into commercialisation activities Required qualifications:research degree or an equivalent qualificationRequired experience:We seek candidates who may have some of the following expertise: Molecular Biology • Cell culture • Proteomics • Functional genomics and epigenomcs • Transcriptomics • Maternal communication with gametes and embrüo • Genetics of complex diseases • Genetic epidemiology Experience and/or willingness to participate in knowledge transfer and public awareness activities is considered a strong plus. Any experience working on the commercialization of research will also be a plus. The candidates with following experiences would be prefered: • Experience of work in a R&D institution or University at postdoctoral level • Evidence of peer reviewed publications in high impact factor journalsRequired language skills:The candidate’s English skills must be sufficient for communication and writing in his or her speciality.Additional infoFurther information: Potential applicants are strongly encouraged to take informal contact with Senior Research Fellow Alireza Fazeli ([email protected]) for further information about the post-doctoral position vacancies. Recruitment process: Applicants interested should submit a CV, two references and a letter of interest. Applicants may be asked for telephone interviews as part of the decision-making process.Starting at 01.04.2017, temporary contract to 31.03.2018Workload 1,00; and the classroom teaching load up to 64 academic hours per calendar yearSalary is negotiable, remuneration based on UT Salary Rules.Application documents and notification of results:In order to be considered for the position, the candidate must submit to the UT Human Resources Office (email: [email protected]; postal address: 18 Ülikooli St,Tartu 50090 ESTONIA) following documents:1) a letter of application to the Rector (in Estonian or English),2) a curriculum vitae in the established format (in Estonian or English),3) a list of research publications (if necessary, enclosing copies or offprints of more important publications),4) a copy of a document (including its annexes) which shows the candidate to hold the required qualification (authorized translation into Estonian, English or Russian if the credential is not in one of these languages). A candidate can be required to submit the original or a certified copy of the document (including its annexes) showing the candidate to hold the required qualification. If the candidate has acquired the higher education in question abroad, he or she may be required to submit an assessment issued by the Academic Recognition Information Centre (the Estonian ENIC/NARIC) of his or her qualification in respect of the qualification requirements for the position;5) other materials considered relevant by the candidate (a list of such materials must be included in the application or annexed to it).Candidates for the position of professor or lead research fellow shall present a statement not exceeding 1500 words of the aims to be achieved during the term in the position, and the outline of an action plan for achieving these.Number of copies: 1Notification of results: The candidate will be notified of election results within two weeks following the election. The assessments drawn up in respect of the candidate and the documents specified in paragraph 5 of the list of documents will be returned to the candidate. Unsuccessful candidates can also request the return of documents specified in paragraphs 2 -4 of the list.
7128| University of Oxford, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine| Research Associate in Advanced Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Applications| We are seeking an enthusiastic, confident individual experienced in cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) to work in Professor Stefan Piechnik’s team in the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR) at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. You will undertake an important project standardising a selection of protocols and advanced cardiac mapping techniques for immediate clinical applications. This unique role will be crucial in the promotion of new CMR methods and their translation into clinical practice. Your main responsibilities will include establishing and maintaining a network of support for end-users of these methods in a variety of settings both internal and external to the University. You will invent new and streamline old approaches and procedures in data analysis suitable for translation into appropriate software, tools and pipelines as well as identify and manage the practical issues in handling large data sets. You will hold (or be close to obtaining) a PhD in Physics, Computer Science or a relevant discipline with proven skills in numerical methods implementation and programming. Experience in image interpretation and analysis is also essential, preferably in a clinical research setting. In addition, the post demands excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills to facilitate interaction with a wide range of healthcare professionals promoting method uptake and providing method-specific support for cardiac MR end-users. This full time post is funded by the National Institute of Health Research Oxford Biomedical Research Centre and is available from 1st April 2017 for 2 years in the first instance. Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a supporting statement and a copy of your CV as part of your online application. To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and person specification, please click on the link below.Only applications received before midday on Friday 3rd March 2017 can be considered.Interviews are anticipated to take place in the week commencing 20th March 2017.The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
7150| The Institute of Cancer Research, Division of Cancer Therapeutics| Post Doctoral Biologist (Translational Cancer Discovery)| The Institute of Cancer Research, London, is one of the world’s most influential cancer research institutes, with an outstanding record of achievement dating back more than 100 years. We provided the first convincing evidence that DNA damage is the basic cause of cancer, laying the foundation for the now universally accepted idea that cancer is a genetic disease. Today, The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) leads the world at isolating cancer-related genes and discovering new targeted drugs for personalised cancer treatment. Under the leadership of our Chief Executive, Professor Paul Workman FMedSci, FRS the ICR is ranked as the UK’s leading academic research centre. Together with our partner The Royal Marsden, we are rated in the top four cancer centres globally. The ICR is committed to attracting, developing and retaining the best minds in the world to join us in our mission – to make the discoveries that defeat cancer.The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) has charitable status and relies on support from partner organisations, charities, donors and the public. We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining the best minds in the world to join us in our mission – to make the discoveries that defeat cancer. The Cancer Research UK Cancer Therapeutics Unit, part of the Division of Cancer Therapeutics, is a multidisciplinary 'bench to bedside' centre, comprising around 160 staff dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapeutics for the treatment of cancer. The CR-UK Cancer Therapeutics Unit’s exciting goal is to discover high quality drug candidates for validated biological targets and to progress these candidates to clinical trial. All the scientific disciplines are in place to make this possible, including medicinal chemistry, biology, drug metabolism and clinical specialists. We are seeking a highly motivated Biologist to work in our new Translational Cancer Discovery Team (led by Professor Rajesh Chopra), located in well-equipped laboratories in Sutton, South London. The successful applicant will use mass spectrometry, molecular, biochemical and cellular techniques to identify and characterise novel molecular targets involved in the immunomodulation of tumour progression. This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic, committed biologist to make an important contribution to improved therapies for cancer patients, while gaining experience and training in drug discovery skills in an Institute with a track record of success. Salary will start between £29,960 and £40,530 and the appointment will be for a fixed term of 3 years. For more details and to apply, please visit the Institute of Cancer Research website (www.icr.ac.uk/jobsearch) - ref 1631561
1038356| Michael Bailey Associates - Munich| AI Developer Technology Engineer| Jobnummer: 113843AI Developer Technology EngineerKunde: Hard- und Software HerstellerOrt: MünchenDauer: FestanstellungStart: SofortFür unseren Kunden, ein Soft- und Hardware Hersteller, suchen wir ab sofort einen AI Developer Technology EngineerWhat you will be doing:- Study and develop cutting-edge techniques in deep learning, graphs, machine learning, and data analytics, and perform in-depth analysis and optimization to ensure the best possible performance on current- and next-generation GPU architectures.- Work directly with key customers to understand the current and future problems they are solving and provide the best AI solutions using GPUs.-Collaborate closely with the architecture, research, libraries, tools, and system software teams to influence the design of next-generation architectures, software platforms, and programming models.What we need to see:- PhD from a leading university in an engineering or computer science related discipline, or MS and 3+ years of relevant work experience.- Strong knowledge of C/C++, software design, programming techniques, and AI algorithms.- Experience with parallel programming, ideally CUDA C/C++.- Good communication and organization skills, with a logical approach to problem solving, good time management, and task prioritization skills.Some travel is required for conferences and for on-site visits with developers.If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me!Best regards,Christian BinsteinerResourcer Michael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
7171| CeMM - Center for Molecular Medicine| Postdoc bioinformatic modeling & systems biology of JAK-STAT signaling, leading consortium-wide analyses| Postdoc bioinformatic modeling & systems biology of JAK-STAT signaling, leading consortium-wide analysesA consortium of universities and research institutes in Vienna (Austria) recently received a large grant aimed at making JAK-STAT signaling the most comprehensively characterized signaling pathway. To lead integrative analysis of various high-throughput data types, we are recruiting two bioinformatics postdocs with an interest in systems biology, functional genomics/epigenomics, prote-omics, or pathway modeling.Our group is part of the CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. We com-bine a strong background in computational biology and bioinformatic methods development with a high-throughput laboratory, which allows us to validate computational predictions experimentally. We work closely with physicians at the Vienna General Hospital and the Medical University of Vienna, seeking to translate bioinformatic discoveries into novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.The Project (http://www.jak-stat.at/)The JAK-STAT signaling pathway is central to cellular homeostasis and development, and it controls inflammation, infection and can-cer. The Viennese JAK-STAT community recently attracted funding from the Austrian Science Fund for a Special Research Programme (SFB) on JAK-STAT signaling, chromatin remodeling, and disease. This new project consortium builds upon long-standing collaborations and provides a productive, tightly interconnected network for interdisciplinary investigation of the complexities of mammalian gene regulation. It is hosted by the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna (www.vetmeduni.ac.at; Richard Moriggl, Mathias Müller, Ve-ronika Sexl) and involves CeMM, Austrian Academy of Sciences (www.cemm.at; Christoph Bock), MFPL, University of Vienna (www.mfpl.ac.at; Thomas Decker) and the Medical University of Vienna (www.meduniwien.ac.at; Sylvia Knapp). The consortium will investigate principles that underlie switches in transcription directed by the chromatin landscape and 3D structure, such as those that occur in normal and aberrant development, in the reaction to infection, and in carcinogenesis. Consortium members have expertise in areas as comprising immunity, inflammation, hematopoietic malignancies, pharmacogenomics, epigenetics, bioinformatics, ‘disease-tailored’ mouse models, and genome editing. The consortium’s mission is to pave the way for novel therapeutic possibilities, especially with regard to personalized medicine. The Candidate(s)We are looking for highly motivated and academically outstanding candidates who want to advance their scientific career in the field of bioinformatics and computational systems biology. A strong candidate may have a background in the computational sciences (bioin-formatics, statistics, physics, engineering, etc.) and some prior experience with collaborative research in high-throughput biology. In the same way, we are considering applicants with a background in medicine or in biology (e.g., functional genomics, chemical biology, human genetics, molecular medicine, etc.) who have strong quantitative skills and a keen interest in pursuing systems medicine pro-jects. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to pursue bioinformatic methods development and lead consortium-wide analyses at the cutting edge of molecular systems biology. They will be trained by the entire consortium and associated faculty, em-powering them to make major contributions to future of pathway-driven personalized medicine. The available computational re-sources, massive-scale datasets, and bioinformatic mentoring will give them the freedom to explore new approach to computational systems biology. Postdoc salaries will follow the guidelines of the Austrian Science Fund (https://www.fwf.ac.at/en/research-funding/personnel-costs).The Principal Investigator (https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=9qSsTcIAAAAJ) Christoph Bock is a principal investigator at CeMM. He is also a guest professor at the Medical University of Vienna’s Department for Laboratory Medicine, scientific coordinator of the Biomedical Sequencing Facility at CeMM, and an adjunct group leader for bioinfor-matics at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics. Christoph Bock obtained his PhD summa cum laude from Saarland University and the Max Planck Institute for Informatics in 2008, followed by three years of postdoctoral research at the Broad Institute of MIT and Har-vard, where he contributed to the NIH Roadmap Epigenomics project. He has been a principal investigator of BLUEPRINT (in the Inter-national Human Epigenome Consortium), and he co-initiated and is project leader of Genom Austria, a scientific and educational citizen science project that is the Austrian partner in the International Network of Personal Genome Projects. He has received several major research awards, including the Max Planck Society’s Otto Hahn Medal (2009), a New Frontier Group grant by the Austrian Academy of Sciences (2015-2020), an ERC Starting Grant (2016-2021), and the Overton Prize of the International Society of Computational Biology (2017).The Institute (http://www.cemm.at/) CeMM is an international research institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and a founding member of EU-LIFE. It has an outstand-ing track record of top-notch science (last five years: >10 papers in Nature/Cell/Science/NEJM, >25 papers in Nature/Cell sister jour-nals) and medical translation. With about hundred researchers, CeMM provides a truly collaborative and personal environment, while maintaining critical mass and all relevant technologies. Research at CeMM focuses on cancer, inflammation, and immune disorders. CeMM is located at the center of one of the largest medical campuses in Europe, within walking distance of Vienna’s historical city center. A study by “The Scientist” placed CeMM among the top-5 best places to work in academia world-wide (http://the-scientist.com/2012/08/01/best-places-to-work-academia-2012). Vienna is frequently ranked the world’s best city to live. It is a Unit-ed Nations city with a large English-speaking community. The official language at CeMM is English, and more than 40 different nation-alities are represented at the institute.Please apply online http://cemm.at/career/open-positions/ with cover letter, CV, academic transcripts, and contact details of three referees. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Any application received by 31 March 2017 will be considered. Start dates are very flexible.
7166| University College London, UCL Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering Translational Imaging Department| Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in Image-Guided Neurosurgery| The appointment is full time and will be on UCL Grade 7-8. The salary range will be Grade 7 £34,056 - £41,163 per annum / Grade 8 £42,304 - £49,904 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.This is an exciting opportunity for a researcher with skills in scientific computing to join an internationally leading university research group. The aim of the project is to have an active role in the full lifecycle of a surgical planning system for epilepsy neurosurgery. The main purpose of this post is to develop novel methods for automated and interactive planning of neurosurgical interventions and to implement cutting edge real-time visualization techniques for patient specific multi-modal data. The project has a strong translational focus, and excellent software development skills are required to design, document, implement, test and deliver a working planning tool for daily clinical use at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN). This post is funded for 24 months in the first instance. Candidates must have a PhD, equivalent qualification, or equivalent industrial experience, in image computing, medical image analysis, computer vision or a closely related field. Candidates must possess a first or upper second undergraduate degree, or equivalent in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or a related subject and be able to demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must have demonstrable experience of C++ programming and software development in a collaborative development environment. Familiarity with version control using software such as Subversion or Git is preferable. An in-depth working knowledge of medical image analysis and/or image-guided surgery, as evidenced by a PhD or equivalent degree or equivalent industrial experience is essential. A demonstrable interest in biomechanical modelling and tissue dynamics is preferable. Experience with GPU programming, for example CUDA or OpenCL is desirable. In addition, experience of developing clinical-grade software-based medical devices (including knowledge and experience of standard software design and development processes for CE marking and/or FDA approval) is desirable. To be appointed at Grade 8 (Senior Research Associate) candidates must be able to demonstrate experience leading a team of researchers and have some evidence of being invited to present at international conferences. Experience of serving on peer-review committees would be desirable. For further details about the vacancy and how to apply online please go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs/ and search on Reference Number 1628386 Further information about the Translational Imaging Group can be found at: http://cmictig.cs.ucl.ac.uk/ If you have any further queries please contact Professor Sebastien Ourselin: [email protected] The Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award which recognises and celebrates good practice and commitment to advancing women’s careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) in higher education and research. The award reflects our commitment to the advancement and promotion of diversity and equality. For further information please visit https://www.ucl.ac.uk/medphys/dept/athenaswan Closing Date: 17 March 2017Latest time for the submission of applications: 23:59.Interview Date: TBCUCL Taking Action for Equality.
7141| Medical Research Council, MRC Unit, The Gambia| Computational Bioinformatician| Computational Bioinformatician £27,629-£32,975 (plus £6500 allowance)MRC Unit, The GambiaFixed-Term, 3 yearsThe MRC Unit, The Gambia is the Council's largest establishment conducting medical research in a developing country. The Unit aims to improve the health of people in low-income countries by excellence in multi-disciplinary research programmes. To reflect changes in national and global health priorities and new international funding opportunities, a new research portfolio has been organized under three themes: Nutrition; Disease Control & Elimination; Vaccine and Immunity. These themes have been selected to target health needs of developing countries, to reinforce sub-regional and international collaborations and to address some of the major current priorities in the Sustainable Development Goals.You will be working within the Statistics and Bioinformatics department primarily fulfilling a research support role, which will involve carrying out bioinformatics analyses of large data sets from human, vector and pathogen population genetics studies. You will be developing applications that apply state of the art algorithms to relevant data sets and contributing to publications, grant writing, experimental design, power and sample size calculations. Additionally you will be expected to lead the integration of a newly established high performance computing centre into research support and teaching.You will have a MSc/PhD in bioinformatics or computational biology with a strong quantitative background. You will need knowledge of statistical methods and experience of algorithm development. It’s also essential to have the ability to program in low level languages such as C based languages.This role attracts a £6,500 per annum bioinformatics allowance. Also for displaced staff we offer overseas allowances, furnished accommodation, flights, excellent holiday entitlement, membership of MRC final salary pension scheme and other benefits. Please ensure that you include a copy of your CV, covering letter and contact details for three professional referees within your application at https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/495 Please quote reference GAM 451.Closing date: 3 March 2017The MRC is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
1038351| Understanding Recruitment| Software Developer/Software Engineer (Cloud, ML, Algorithms)| Software Developer/Software Engineer (Cloud, ML, Algorithms) We are currently seeking a hands-on Software Developer/Software Engineer (Cloud, ML, Algorithms) for our new research-led startup, focussing on the application of artificial intelligence in the real world; particularly smart city simulations and bots. We are looking for a Software Developer/Software Engineer using C++, Python or Java that's able to lead our newly formed engineering team - utilising best practices as you build our brand new platform.As a Software Developer/Software Engineer, you will be working alongside the machine learning team; transforming their algorithmic research into highly innovative products which will be attractive and accessible to the world. Within our startup, we take a very open approach to technology - we are looking for Java engineers/Java developers that are able to utilise a number of languages, be that Java, C++, Python, C#.What we can offer a Software Developer/Software EngineerA true 'early-stage' startup environment with no bureaucracyA chance for you to be a forward thinking Software Developer/Software Engineer; to work with freedom in an environment with pushes creativity.An opportunity to be a part of work which will change the way that AI bots interact with humans and other bots.To be challenged on a daily basis in our brand new offices in the heart of Cambridge.Key Skills: Software Developer/Software Engineer, Java, C, C++, Python, C#, Distributed Algorithms. Distributed systems, BSc, MSc, MPhil, PhD, Post-Doc, Research, R&D, startup, Multithreading. Machine Learning, AI, Artificial Intelligence, Bots, Apply immediately for consideration regarding this opportunity!Understanding Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this vacancy.
7137| Medical Research Council, Laboratory of Molecular Biology| Postdoctoral Scientist - Structural Studies - LMB 445| Postdoctoral Scientist – Structural StudiesStarting Salary £30,162 to £32,975 per annum MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge UKWe are looking for a postdoctoral scientist to join the group of Dr Julian Gough to work on cell fate and evolution. Specifically, to undertake research to investigate human cell reprogramming. We have created a system ‘Mogrify’ based on cellular networks to predict transcription factors for reprogramming one human cell type into another (Rackham et al. Nature Genetics 2016). This has been experimentally validated by proving several novel conversions, and we are validating many more. There is a great deal more research to do on cell reprogramming, e.g. with regard to: epigenetic factors, down-regulation, different sequencing technologies, sources of network interactions and synthetic cell types. The work is anticipated to be predominantly computational and theoretical but could optionally include some laboratory work.You are highly motivated, have a PhD in a relevant subject, and you have an aptitude for theoretical work and data analysis. The post is available to applicants with varying computational experience. Applicants with no formal training in computational or mathematical work but who enjoy it, have self-taught to a high level, the aptitude and are keen to learn will be considered, if they have other complimentary biological qualifications, knowledge and experience. Conversely computer or technical scientists with no formal training in molecular biology will be considered if they have a powerful interest and motivation in molecular biology and are driven to learn.The successful applicant will be awarded a 3 year Career Development Fellowship/MRC Postdoctoral Training Scheme. The fellowship is a training and development position for a Postdoctoral Scientist who has recently completed their doctoral studies, or is moving into a new research discipline. There will also be the opportunity to work with biotech companies internationally and in the Cambridge area to translate the technology for medical use and commercialisation.Working for the MRC provides a whole host of benefits including a final salary pension scheme, Benenden Healthcare membership and excellent holiday entitlement. You will also have access to employee shopping/travel discounts, on site sport and social facilities, as well as salary sacrifice cycle to work schemes and childcare vouchers. The MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology is one of the birthplaces of molecular biology and is an internationally renowned centre for fundamental biomedical research. The LMB has a strong track record in training Postdoctoral Fellows who have gone on to become leading Scientists. We also have an excellent record of innovative basic research leading to applications in medicine. Scientists are drawn to the LMB from all over the world, thus creating a lively and international community for the exchange of ideas and technical innovation. For further information of the research undertaken at the LMB, please visit:http://www2.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk Informal enquires may be made to Julian Gough at: [email protected] apply and access full details of the vacancy please visit our job board at https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/490. If you are unable to apply online please contact us at [email protected] .Closing date: 6 March 2017Final appointments will be subject to a pre-employment screening. The Medical Research Council is an Equal Opportunities Employer who participates in the Disability Confident scheme
1038342| Provide Consulting Ltd| Additive Manufacturing Materials Scientist| Additive Manufacturing Materials ScientistI am looking for individuals who want to shape the future of additive manufacturing. If you have a background in materials science, coupled with the creative drive to identify and exploit new business opportunities, then you will love this unrivalled career opportunity.A leading technology consultancy that combines deep expertise in microfluidics, optics and printhead physics with a broad digital printing systems integration capability is looking for a Materials Scientist to join them as a specialist in additive manufacturing. They invent and deliver print technology and printing systems across a range of applications, and see massive potential in next-generation 3D printing technology. Much of the innovation in this field is occurring in the materials and chemistry space. I am looking for a leader: somebody who can build an AM/3D materials capability within the company. You will drive innovation within our labs, and work closely with clients and partners, to uncover opportunities and build new business.You will have* A PhD or first/upper-second class BSc in a related scientific discipline.* A proven ability to analyse, deconstruct and solve complex problems, and multi-faceted design challenges.* At least three years' experience in the formulation and development of novel materials, ideally within the additive manufacturing or industrial/3D printing industry.You will be* An opportunity spotter: curious, imaginative, and commercially astute.* Already successfully leading a team, or ready to do so.* A strong communicator with influencing skills, ideally proven in a consulting or customer-facing role.* Ambitious and self-starting, with a desire to combine both technical and commercial insight to create business impact.
7161| King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Vibrational Imaging Lab, Biological and Environmental Science & Engineering Division| Postdoctoral researcher in label-free imaging based on broadband Coherent Raman micro-spectroscopy| A postdoctoral researcher position is currently available in the Vibrational Imaging group, headed by Prof. Carlo Liberale, in the Biological and Environmental Science & Engineering Division at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST, Saudi Arabia).The Liberale group is a multidisciplinary team of physicists, engineers and biologists committed to the development and application of new-generation label-free microscopy methods for biomedical research. The laboratory is equipped with cutting edge instruments and technology in the field of vibrational micro-spectroscopy. Additionally, KAUST offers exceptional infrastructure for scientific research and is equipped with state of the art core facilities for imaging, characterization and micro-\nano-fabrication.An innovative high-speed broadband Stimulated Raman Scattering system will be designed and set up in our laboratory, in the framework of a recently awarded grant, in collaboration with Prof. Giulio Cerullo and Prof. Dario Polli (Politecnico di Milano).We are looking for ambitious and self-motivated candidates to work on the set up and application of the Stimulated Raman Scattering system, in a collaborative and interdisciplinary project involving radiation-matter interaction, nonlinear optics, ultrashort laser pulses, detectors, electronic instrumentation and finally investigating lipid dysregulation in cancer.A Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering, Optics/Optical Engineering, Physics or a related field is required. Proficiency using Matlab and Labview is preferred. The candidate must have hands-on experience with optical setups and ultrashort pulse laser sources. Experience in Multivariate Analysis of spectroscopic data will be considered a plus.Highly competitive PostDoc salary is provided. Benefits: free housing; relocation support; life insurance; subsidized medical and dental insurance; one round-trip airline ticket per year to visit home country.Applications should include: a CV; a cover letter that summarizes the research experience and areas of interests of the applicant; contact information of at least 2 professional references.The postdoctoral position will be open until filled.
1038352| Agile Recruitment Ltd| Head of Computer Vision Research - 3D modelling, C++, Structure from M| Machine Learning company with focus in Computer Vision require a Head of Computer Vision Research - 3D modelling, C++, Structure from Motion, Machine Learning to define their research strategy and lead their amazing research team! You'll have a background in managing other researchers in the computer vision, 3D modelling and machine learning domains. You will create the research strategy and align it to business objectives whilst remaining hands on to develop cutting edge solutions based on machine vision techniques. About you PhD with focus Computer Vision/3D reconstruction/Machine Vision Passion for coming up with new ideas in the computer vision domain and building prototype solutions to model 3D indoor environments Research focused and publicising your work Love being rewarded for your ideas and innovation with bonuses when your ideas go through pilot and into production Your Skills Strong knowledge and experience Computer Vision/Machine Vision/3D reconstruction Must have previously managed a team of researchers Good experience of Software programming in C++ or other languages like Python Good Knowledge of OpenGL, PCL, WebGL This is a unique chance to join a technology company whose foundations are built on computer vision and driving their growth as Head of Computer Vision Research.This company have selected Agile Recruitment to find them the very best Computer Vision and Machine Learning talent. Please get in touch with me, Mark Townsend by applying on-line now and become the organisation's next Head of Computer Vision Research - 3D modelling, C++, Structure from Motion, Machine Learning
7124| Medical Research Council, Toxicology Unit| MRC Postdoctoral Scientist| MRC Postdoctoral Scientist Medical Research Council -Toxicology Unit, LeicesterSalary range: £30,162 - £31,099 per annum plus allowances*Fixed term for three years (funded by BBSRC)We are looking to appoint a postdoctoral scientist specialising in RNA biology and biochemical techniques to join the MicroRNA Regulation of Gene Expression Group led by Prof. Martin Bushell to work on a project to determine the mechanism by which microRNAs control gene-expression.MicroRNAs have emerged as a major mechanism of gene regulation in metazoans, controlling the expression of approximately 60% of all protein encoding genes. These non-coding RNA molecules are ~21 nucleotides in length and exert their activity by base-pairing with specific mRNAs (normally within the 3'UTR) inhibiting gene expression at the post-transcriptional level. Since their discovery, numerous studies have documented the fundamental roles of these small RNA molecules in virtually all aspects of life and disease. However, the mechanisms by which these molecules function to repress gene-expression has remained unclear and controversial. The aims of this project are to resolve and understand the mechanistic heart of the miRNA-repression apparatus, to finally understand how repression is achieved. Using a variety of biochemical approaches you will investigate the role of the helicases in miRNA-repression, the goal being to reconstitute the repressive hub and determine the role of the helicases in this process using an array of RNA-Seq experiments and molecular biology approaches.You will have been awarded (or in the final stages of obtaining) a PhD in biological sciences, have experience in RNA-Seq methodologies, cloning, western blotting, qPCR and immunoprecipitation. Experience of mammalian tissue culture, in vitro RNA synthesis, and bioinformatics would be an advantage. You will be committed to working at a highly competitive level, able to communicate scientific ideas effectively and have published (or about to publish) in a peer-reviewed journal.The Medical Research Council Toxicology Unit, located at the University of Leicester, is an internationally renowned institution delivering field-changing mechanistic insights into toxicology and disease. The Unit is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and offers excellent opportunities for postdoctoral development. The Unit is expected to relocate to the University of Cambridge during 2019.Choosing to come to work at the MRC means that you will have access to a whole host of benefits from a final salary pension scheme and excellent holiday entitlement to access to employee shopping/travel discounts and salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme and childcare vouchers, as well as the chance to put the MRC on your CV in the future.For full details of this post and to complete an online application, visit https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/480 and upload your CV along with a covering letter. Please quote reference TOX 439.Closing date for applications: 28 February 2017The MRC is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Final appointments will be subject to pre-employment screening.The MRC Toxicology Unit is a member of Athena Swan.* For those who have only recently completed their doctoral studies (or who may be more experienced and moving into a new research discipline or with limited experience of key transferable skills) you will be given the choice upon appointment of undertaking the MRC Post-Doctoral Training Scheme which provides you with personal allowances of £1,000 initial settlement plus an annual training allowance of £850 increasing to £1,300 in year two, and £1,800 in the third year.
1038345| Networkers| A.I. Researcher| As an Artificial Intelligence Researcher you will be working on research projects for products & prototypes including The Self-Drive Car, Robotics, IoT, Cyber-Security.Tasks includeTarget-oriented fundamental research in machine learning, neural networks, probability theory and robotics.Continuous tracking and evaluation of current research and integration of state of the art research into own research and development projects.Research and development relating to new methods and algorithms in artificial intelligence.Publication of research results on relevant conferences and magazines.To be considered for this role you will need to have a PhD, be an expert in Machine Learning together with publications in Machine Learning Journals or Conferences.
1038232| Miller Ag| Senior Director Agrochemical Development| Senior Director Agrochemical Development As a part of the Executive team, the main focus of this role is to promote our client's Bioscience's Agrochemical Development and expand our client base while fostering strong client relationships. Act as a liaison between external clients and the management and operational teams. The primary emphasis of this position will be to oversee the operations of teams that perform environmental fate, plant and animal metabolism, residue and physical chemistry studies. The successful candidate will have an understanding of study designs and the regulator requirements for these areas. The objective will be to complete studies on time, with quality and with excellent communication with the client. The primary measure of the success in in this role will be the achievement of annual revenue targets set by Executive and Business management. Responsiveness and Delivery to Promise will be the watchwords of the professional. This will include timely communications with clients (call-backs with one business day) and a sense of urgency around projects and deliverables. A Degree in life sciences required, PhD is preferred. Minimum of 5-7 years' experience. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Miller Ag is a leading Agricultural Executive Search Firm in the US. Our client's pay all fees, relocations costs if needed and offer an excellent corporate benefits package. About the CompanyMiller Ag is a leading Agricultural Executive Search Firm in the US. Our client's pay all fees, relocations costs if needed and offer an excellent corporate benefits package. If interested in any of these or other positions with Miller Ag please send us your resume in confidence! See If these don't fit your needs please tell friend!
7157| Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen| Postdoc in single-cell Bioinformatics| 2016/3338 The Helmholtz Zentrum München in Munich, Germany, is member of one of the leading research associations in Europe – the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. The aim of our research is to proactively detect health risks involving humans and the environment, decoding the mechanisms of pathogenesis and developing concepts for prevention and therapy. Single-cell technologies have recently gained popularity in biology due to their ability to resolve heterogeneity in cell populations. This has translational impact for example in describing heterogeneities of developmental diseases, cancer or immunology, in particular regarding T-cell heterogeneity during infection processes. Analyzing high-dimensional single-cell data has its own statistical and computational challenges, and standard tools often cannot be applied. The goal of this project is to develop and adapt methods in computational biology to model and analyze transcriptional heterogeneity linked to pathomechanisms and infection. The project is raised by a collaboration between the Institute of Computational Biology at the Helmholtz Zentrum Munich and the Institute for Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Hygiene at the Technical University of Munich. Job DescriptionImplement, develop and extend methods for processing and analyzing single-cell RNAseq and protein profiles Develop methods for second level analyses, e. g. interaction networks, enrichment analyses Biological interpretation of data Your QualificationsPhD/MSc degree in bioinformatics, computer science, mathematics, physics or equivalent Background in Machine Learning and/or RNAseq analysis Interest in biological applications Passion for science and scientific work Proficient in written and spoken English Being comfortable in interacting with colleagues in an interdisciplinary setting Our OfferWorking in an innovative, well-equipped and scientifically stimulating surrounding Further training opportunities Initial short-term employment contract for two–three years with a standard public service salary (TV EntgO Bund EG 13) The activity involves special knowledge and experience specific to own scientific skills. The Helmholtz Zentrum München as holder of the Bavarian Advancement of Women Prize and of the Total E-Quality Certificate is striving to increase the overall proportion of women on its staff and thus expressly urges qualified women to apply. Application documents (motivation letter, CV, certificates, two references) should be submitted as soon as possible as a single PDF file via the online portal: https://fragebogen.candibase.de/helmholtz/mainform.php?param=68a7c2123934fa6382d3c6cdc97c48ae&&lang=en We are looking forward to receiving your comprehensive online application. Dr. Anna Sacher Phone: +49(0)89 3187-2926 Helmholtz Zentrum München Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt (GmbH) Institute of Computational Biology Ingolstädter Landstraße 1 85764 München
7164| Earlham Institute, Platforms and Pipelines| Platforms and Pipelines Bioinformatician (Maternity Cover)| We have a great opportunity at Earlham Institute for a Bioinformatician to join our Platforms and Pipelines Group who are responsible for delivering the BBSRC National Capability in Genomics. This group provides access to state of the art genomics technologies for research groups throughout the UK as well as delivering sequencing and genomics services to the associated Science Faculty groups and commercial customers.The P&P Bioinformatician post will focus on performing primary data analysis for research projects from a wide variety of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) platforms, including Illumina HiSeq, MiSeq, PacBio RSii, Sequel, and associated large molecule technologies such as Oxford Nanopore, BioNano Genomics and 10x Genomics. These projects cover practically every NGS application from genome assembly, amplicon resequencing, exome capture, CHIP-Seq, RNA-Seq miRNA-Seq and metagenomics.This maternity cover position will join a team of 3 bioinformaticians and a Bioinformatics Manager and will be responsible for data analysis, producing bioinformatics pipelines for use with new sequencing applications delivered on HPC platforms, maintaining and improving current pipelines, increasing automation of tasks and supporting the project management team with bioinformatics and NGS customer enquiries.This maternity cover contract is anticipated to last 12 months however it may be shorter or longer depending on when the absent employee returns to work.Earlham is a vibrant, contemporary research institute and a UK hub for innovative Bioinformatics through research, andlysis and interpretation of data sets. We host one of the largest computing facilities dedicated to life-sciences research in Europe and our aim is to ensure that biological science in the UK has access to a skill base in genomics and bioinformatics to deliver programmes leading to improved food security, advances in industrial biotechnology and improved human health and wellbeing.At Earlham we offer competitive salaries, excellent defined contribution pension scheme, life assurance, tailored learning and development and onsite sports facilities that are available to all staff and their guests. We are located within easy reach of the Norfolk Broads and coastal areas of outstanding natural beauty.For further information and details of how to apply, please visit our web site http://jobs.earlham.ac.uk/ or contact Human Resources, Norwich BioScience Institutes Partnership, Norwich Research Park, Colney, Norwich, NR4 7UH, UK, 01603 450462 quoting reference 1001883. As a Disability Confident employer, we guarantee to offer an interview to all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for this vacancy.
7126| Division of Molecular Pathology, ICR, The Institute of Cancer Research| Postdoctoral Training Fellow – Computer Vision| We seek a Postdoctoral Training Fellow to join the Yuan lab at The Institute of Cancer Research, London (ICR) and work on the TRACERx project, the largest study of lung cancer evolution in a collaboration with Prof. Charles Swanton at the Francis Crick Institute. The main focus of the Yuan lab is to develop new computational approaches for studying cancer by fusing computer vision, machine learning and bioinformatics (www.yuanlab.org). Different from traditional cancer-centric approaches, we study cancer from a novel perspective: as evolving ecosystems. Aided by technological advances, we use ecological principles to help us understand why cancer is so difficult to treat – by studying not only cancer cells but also normal cells around them – and discover new ways to target these diseases, akin to draining the swamps to get rid of mosquitoes as one way of eradicating malaria. This is a rare opportunity to collaborate with the world-leading Swanton team and several major universities and hospitals in the UK. Together we aim to reveal the evolutionary dynamics of lung cancer in this pioneering study. You will lead the development of new histology image analysis system for lung cancer. We expect this exciting project to enable the discovery of new biomarkers and clinical innovations to change the way we treat lung cancer.You will join a team of computer scientists, physicists, and mathematicians, working closely with clinicians in the vibrant centre of cancer research discovery and therapeutics at ICR London in the endeavour to cure cancer. You will enjoy the highly collaborative nature of this project, have the opportunities to learn about the latest biotechnologies and travel to conferences, and excel in coordinating between programming and broadening horizons in medicine.ICR were ranked first in the Times Higher Education league table of UK university research quality from the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) for our high impact publications. We are world leaders in identifying cancer genes, discovering cancer drugs and developing precision radiotherapy. Together with our hospital partner The Royal Marsden, we are rated in the top four centres for cancer research and treatment worldwide. Our Cancer Research UK Cancer Therapeutics Unit is the largest academic cancer drug discovery and development group worldwide. We discover more new cancer drugs than any other academic centre in the world. Applicants must hold a PhD in Computer Science, Systems Biology, Engineering, Ecology or Statistics. Good programming skills, preferably in R, Matlab, Python or C, and experience in computer vision, machine learning or statistics are essential. Appointment will be on a Fixed Term Contract for 3 years, with a starting salary in the range of £29,960 to £42,820 p.a. inclusive, depending on postdoctoral experience. The expected start date is 1 April 2017 with flexibility. The successful candidate will be based in Sutton, Surrey.To apply, please upload your CV and covering letter (including the names and contact details of two referees) online. To apply please include the following to your application:• A full CV with a publication List• Covering letter including the names and contact details of two referees• Research plan (one to two pages outlining your current research interests and research plans for the next 3 years)
7162| BBSRC, International Relations Unit| Assistant International Programme Manager| Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)Assistant International Programme ManagerSalary £24,193 per annumFull time, fixed term for 8 monthsSwindon About UsThe Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) invests in world-class bioscience research and training on behalf of the UK public. Our aim is to further scientific knowledge, to promote economic growth, wealth and job creation and to improve quality of life in the UK and beyond. Funded by Government, and with an annual budget of around £467M (2012-2013), we support research and training in universities and strategically funded institutes. BBSRC research and the people we fund are helping society to meet major challenges, including food security, green energy and healthier, longer lives. Our investments underpin important UK economic sectors, such as farming, food, industrial biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. For more information about BBSRC, our science and our impact see: http://www.bbsrc.ac.ukAbout the RoleThis is an excellent opportunity for developing work experience, skills and career development in international activities. Working with a number of European partners, the Assistant International Programme Manager (AIPM) will support the operational delivery of the work of the International Relations Unit. This will involve supporting with projects, assisting with budget management, contribution to briefings and serving as a point of contact between the grants delivery team. You will assist with the organisation of meetings, workshops and visits to overseas countries and maintain the web pages in the International section of BBSRC’s website.Please visit our job board at http://www.topcareer.jobs/Vacancy/irc240191_6977.aspx for additional details.About YouIdeally you will have a Degree in a biology-related subject with an aptitude for administrative planning. You will have excellent writing and interpersonal skills and be able to work closely with colleagues to ensure work is delivered on time and within budget. You have an understanding of the work of BBSRC including the purpose of international collaborations and you must be able to travel in the UK and Europe for short periods.How to ApplyApplications are handled by UK Shared Business Services (UKSBS). To apply please visit our job board at http://www.topcareer.jobs/Vacancy/irc240191_6977.aspx and complete an online application. Applicants who are unable to apply online should contact us by telephone on 01793 867000. Please quote reference number IRC240191. The closing date for applications is 08 March 2017. Interviews are expected to take place on 23 March 2017.The BBSRC welcomes applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, grounds of gender, disability, age, race/ethnicity, religion or philosophical belief or sexual orientation.
7168| Queen Mary University of London, Centre for Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research| Postdoc in Epigenetics| There is an opening for a postdoctoral research assistant to investigate the biomechanical regulation of chromatin remodeling and gene expression in human epidermal stem cells. The successful candidate will join a multi-disciplinary team of biologists and engineers, and will employ next-generation epigenomic methods to characterise the effects of defined mechanical and biophysical cues on nuclear architecture and keratinocyte fate. Functional studies will also examine the impact of these responses on tissue homeostasis and repair.The position will be based primarily within the laboratory of Dr. John Connelly in the School of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary University of London, but will also involve close collaboration with Dr. Nuria Gavara’s group in the School of Engineering and Materials Science. The successful candidate will benefit from access to outstanding cell biology, genomics, imaging, and biophysics facilities and associated expertise across both schools.We seek a creative and motivated scientist with experience in epigenetics, genomics, and/or bioinformatics as well as a Ph.D. in a related field. Additional experience in skin biology or biophysics would be advantageous; however, this project is an excellent opportunity to gain new skills and knowledge in cellular biomechanics and mechano-sensing. The post is full-time for 3 years and fully funded by a project grant from the BBSRC. Starting salary will be £32,405 per annum inclusive of London Allowance. Benefits include 30 days annual leave, final salary pension scheme and interest-free season ticket loan.

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