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PhD position in the Wasserman lab‏

the Wasserman Lab is hiring a PhD student, if you have any potential students enquiry, please forward our ad to them. If possible, please help us to post in the Bioinformatics Program website for prospective students.

[VanBUG] Re: Input into a National Strategy for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology in Canada‏

ear VanBUG members, Below is a national survey designed to help understand the key issues/challenges facing the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (B/CB) Community. It’s a great opportunity to voice your opinions and help shaping the future of our field. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. Thank you. Cheers, VanBUG Development Team —————————————————————————————————————– […]

graduate course on dynamic programming for bioinformatics applications at SFU this summer‏

Hi everyone, Robert Giegerich, who will be visiting from Bielefeld University this summer, will be teaching a graduate course at SFU. See the link below for more information. Anne

Seeking a PostDoctoral Fellow (Medical Informatics)‏

Positions for a PostDoctoral Fellow The Alberta Innovates Centre for Machine Learning is looking to hire strong researchers as postdoctoral fellows (PDFs) for various Medical Informatics projects; see . If you are interested in any of the tasks mentioned there (note the Other category), please email … * a cover letter, summarizing why you […]

post doc candidates?‏

I have a position open for a postdoc or junior scientist facile with programming and wishing to pursue a career in bioinformatics (next generation sequence analysis, human phenotype ontology, metabolomics, lipidomics, glycomics). Do you have any good students finishing soon that you would recommend and who might be interested in coming to NIH? Regards, Neal […]

Pavlidis lab movie night

Hi all, you are invited to the third installment of the Pavlidis lab movie night. We have a special treat this time: a brand new, independent, genetically-themed, sci-fi movie called “The perfect 46”. The story centers around a genome-analysis company, The Perfect 46, that pairs an individual with their ideal genetic partner for children. The […]

Doctoral Exam Notice (COURTOT)‏

Courtot Programme

bioinformatics position at Zymeworks‏

I did my PhD at UBC under the supervision of Anne Condon, from the CS department. Now I am working at Zymeworks, a computational biotechnology company dedicated to the rational design and optimization of protein therapeutics. The reason that I am writing you is that there is a job opening for a bioinformatics position. I […]

Please spread the word – postdoc and PhD candidate‏

If you know of good candidates, please spread the word: Cheers, and hope all’s well. – Mike Michael A. Seidman, M.D., Ph.D. Centre for Heart & Lung Innovation / Department of Pathology St. Paul’s Hospital / University of British Columbia