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Position: Post-Doc: Bioinformatician to Study Mirna Regulated by Food Bioactive
Institution: Institut national de la recherche agronomique
Location: Paris, France
Duties: The focus will be on applying systems-omics methods to biological research questions and to analyze the acquired data. This includes both the use of established methods of data analysis and identification and testing of new strategies and solutions for the analysis of multiple level omics biological data. The work includes: identification of differentially expressed miRNAs, identify their roles and functions, create gene networks, integrate data from multiple omic analyses. The position is a part of a project funded by the region and the candidate will work in close collaboration with 2 other post-docs in the same field
Requirements: A Ph.D. in bioinformatics or computational biology or similar field. Knowledge in biology and cell function. Experience in analyses of microarray experiments and/or RNA-Seq data analyses. Knowledge in biological interpretation of omic data using different databases. Practice in Galaxy
   
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INRA is Europe’s top agricultural research institute and the world’s number two centre for the agricultural sciences. Candidate will work in Human Nutrition Unit that aims to identify the role of nutrition in maintaining key physiological functions in humans throughout lifespan, especially during aging by developing an integrative approach taking into account the nutrient interactions within the food and diet, the regulation of tissue homeostasis, and various pathophysiological conditions leading to disability and morbidity. The candidate will have plenty of opportunities to develop their skills through interactions with researcher of the unit. We are seeking for a motivated bioinformaticien to study miRNA regulated by food bioactives. The focus will be on applying systems-omics methods to biological research questions and to analyze the acquired data. This includes both the use of established methods of data analysis and identification and testing of new strategies and solutions for the analysis of multiple level omics biological data. The work includes: identification of differentially expressed miRNAs, identify their roles and functions, create gene networks, integrate data from multiple omic analyses. The position is a part of a project funded by the region and the candidate will work in close collaboration with 2 other post-docs in the same field. Training and skills required A successful candidate will - Work with different inter-disciplinary teams of the research unit - Analyze data from microarrays and RNA-Seq experiments - Integrate miRNA data with gene expression, protein expression and epigenetics data Qualifications - A Ph.D. in bioinformatics or computational biology or similar field - Knowledge in biology and cell function - Experience in analyses of microarray experiments and/or RNA-Seq data analyses - Knowledge in biological interpretation of omic data using different databases - Practice in Galaxy - Experience in systems biology and multiple levels omics data analyzes would be an advantage - Ability to work collaboratively with members from different teams - Be ready for eventual international collaborations that would require taking into account different time zones and potentially several month mission to another lab Please send CV and motivation letter to Frederic Capel and Dragan Milenkovic Contact Name Frederic Capel and Dragan Milenkovic Email frederic.capel@inra.fr;dragan.milenkovic@inra.fr Careers and jobs News portal Who we are Scientists, Students Agroecology Food and nutrition Animal biology Plant biology Biomass Biotechnologies Climate Change Economics and social sciences Mechanisms of living organisms Global food security Agricultural systems Partners and Agribusiness Results, Innovations, Transfer Collaboration proposals Technology platforms Partnership arrangements Our partners Overview Documents Historical milestones Figures Highlights Objectives Generating knowledge Generating innovation Informing public policy Science and society Shaping research strategies Training future scientists Promoting ethics and a code of conduct Impacts All the news All magazines All reports Research and results Strategies Results Help with decision making Challenges INRA and the world Focus by country All tne news All magazines All reports Partners Higher education and research Local communities Industry The agricultural world Science and society Organisation Find us Organisation Chart Facilities and infrastructure Commitments Website directory Purchasing and tenders Scientific and technical information News INRA directory Other INRA websites INRA Centres INRA Divisions INRA Metaprogrammes INRA Blogs Media library Press room Events INRA website directory Access to Intranet Terms and conditions of access to intranet Head office: 147 rue de l'Université 75338 Paris Cedex 07 - tel. : 33(0)1 42 75 90 00 | copyright © INRA Legal notice - Credits - Contact By continuing to navigate on inra.fr, you agree to the cookie policy. 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