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Saturday, 24 April 2010 20:46

A four year PhD studentship in Bioinformatics is available at King's College London funded by the Biomedical Research Centre

Development of next-generation bioinformatics methods for the identification of disease genes

Deadline is very soon - 15.1.2010

This project aims for improving the analysis of patient specific sequence data by intelligent integration of public sequence data and functional information such as gene expression and protein-protein interaction data to aid the discovery of disease related genes. By utilizing the treasure trove of public data such as the HapMap project and the 1000 genomes project will potentially allow us to greatly enhance the analysis of patient specific sequence data. The main aims of this project is to identify public data that helps to identify disease specific sequence variation, to develop algorithms that allow using this data efficiently in combination with patient specific data and to critically assess and validate these methods.

For more information please see the word document at http://tiny.cc/IC09q and more info at http://tiny.cc/rQpta

or visit www.thomas-schlitt.net and http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/medicine/depts/memoge/research/bioinformatics/


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Dr Thomas Schlitt
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King's College London
London, England, Grossbritannien, UK

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