Position available: Applied Genome Analysis Post-Doctoral Scientist

DESCRIPTION Based on the campus of BC Children’s Hospital, the Wasserman laboratory partners with a strong genetics community to develop and apply methods for the identification of disease causing variations in genome sequences. We are looking for a postdoctoral scientist to lead the research on developing and applying methods for the identification of disease causing […]

Position available: Gene Regulation Bioinformatics Post-Doctoral Scientist

DESCRIPTION The Wasserman laboratory is seeking a post-doctoral scientist to work in research projects related to the analysis of gene regulation, with an emphasis on transcription factors and cis-regulatory sequences. The successful candidate will join a dynamic team working at the interface of algorithms development and applied genome analysis. The work includes aspects of machine […]

ECCB 2016 – deadline May 16, 2016 – The Hague, Netherlands.(European Conference on Computational Biology)‏

In case someone from the program is interested: http://www.eccb2016.org/ This is a great opportunity for young researchers working in bioinformatics.

[VanBUG] Fwd: Special Seminar – Niko Beerenwinkel – April 28th‏

Dear all, There is a special seminar by Dr. Niko Beerenwinkel this Thursday at BCCRC. Please see information excerpt below and the VanBUG calendar for more information: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATE&tmeid=MTdtMGJmcmkycjJmcG90MzNjMTJ2ZzdvZXMgdmFuYmlvaW5mb0Bt&tmsrc=vanbioinfo%40gmail.com Cheers, Will > > Molecular Oncology Department > Special Seminar > > “Modeling cancer evolution from genomic data” > > by > > Dr. Niko Beerenwinkel > […]

Director, Genomics Applications Programs‏

Genome Canada (Ottawa) has an exciting opportunity for a Director, Genomics Applications programs.  While this position is located in Ontario, I was wondering if you may know of or have suggestions for finding candidates for this role. http://www.genomecanada.ca/en/about-us/careers

VanBUG seeking speaker suggestions for Next Season‏

Dear VanBUGgers, The VanBUG Dev Team is in the process of selecting and contacting potential speakers for our next season.  If you have someone that you like to hear, please reply to this email or fill out the web form at http://www.vanbug.org/suggest_speaker.php Thank you. Cheers, VanBUG Dev Team

A Basic Course in Statistical Data Analysis Using R (May 4 – 6, 2016; Vancouver, B.C.)

A Basic Course in Statistical Data Analysis Using R We are pleased to announce that we are offering a 3-day statistical training course on May 4 – 6, 2016 in Vancouver, B.C., titled “ A Basic Course in Statistical Data Analysis Using R”. The course is intended for novice R users who would like to […]

2016 Complex Systems Postdoctoral Fellowship‏

2016 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Studying Complex Systems The James S. McDonnell Foundation (JSMF) has posted updated guidelines for the 2016 Postdoctoral Fellowship Award program in Studying Complex Systems. The Fellowship -The JSMF Fellowship is designed to provide students with an opportunity to seek potential postdoctoral research opportunities on the basis of the student’s interest and desire to obtain […]

Call for Nominations: Rio Tinto Graduate Scholarships‏

Dear graduate program faculty and staff, Please distribute the following competition announcement to your students and set your internal deadlines as appropriate: Rio Tinto Graduate Scholarships As part of its ongoing commitment to innovation and research, Rio Tinto offers an $18,000 graduate scholarship for a UBC graduate student in a field of pure or applied […]

BIOC TA’ships for 2016 Winter Session‏

BIOC TA’ships for 2016 Winter Session

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