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Wellcome Sanger Institute
Wellcome Sanger Institute
Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom | Closing on Apr 30
Postdoctoral Fellow - Computational
Grade PDF Salary per annum £32,780-£41,093 Full Time, Part Time, Flexible Working Full Time Contract Type Fixed Term Closing Date 30 April 2021 Contract Length 3 Years Job Reference 84171 The Opportunity: We are looking to appoint a highly motivated computational...
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Postdoctoral and research technician positions in Synthetic biology & Biosensing
Postdoctoral and research technician positions in Synthetic biology & Biosensing at KAUST The Mahfouz laboratory for genome engineering & Synthetic Biology at KAUST has two postdoctoral positions and one research technician position in synthetic biology and CRISPR- based...
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Microbiology
We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic microbiologist as a postdoctoral fellow to join a project in Professor Takashi Gojobori's lab. This project is an industrial collaboration, and the postdoctoral fellow will work mainly on the screening industrially useful...
2 days ago | Closing on Apr 16
Aix-Marseille Université
Aix-Marseille Université
Location: Marseille, France | Closing on Apr 16
Symbolic and continuous approaches to study attractors and their dynamics during tissue homeostasis destabilization at the root of tumorigenesis
Abstract We apply approaches from the field of artificial intelligence (Answer Set Programming) to represent gene networks, model gene regulatory circuits, and study their dynamics. We explore the reachability of states and attractors, calculating their forces and robustness,...
2 days ago | Closing on Apr 16
Aix-Marseille Université
Aix-Marseille Université
Location: Marseille, France | Closing on Apr 16
Elucidating the gene regulatory networks controlling oxidative phosphorylation
Abstract Mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) is an essential source of ATP for a cell’s energy needs and is a highly dynamic and controlled process during cell differentiation and animal development and its dysfunction drives plethora human diseases and cancer....
2 days ago | Closing on Apr 16
Aix-Marseille Université
Aix-Marseille Université
Location: Marseille, France | Closing on Apr 16
EPIC-Mitochondria
Abstract In cancer there is a link between metabolic and epigenetic changes but the mechanisms involved are unknown due to technical limitations. There are no methods to study concomitantly metabolism and epigenetics in tumour-derived cells of patients. Monocyte derived...
2 days ago | Closing on Apr 16
Aix-Marseille Université
Aix-Marseille Université
Location: Marseille, France | Closing on Apr 16
Investigating respiratory rhythm generation using endoscopic 2-photon and photoacoustic imaging
Abstract Breathing is a continuous oscillatory activity, driven by a complex neuronal network deep in the brain. Core to this network are intermingled neuronal microcircuits that generate the respiratory rhythm, yet we still lack fundamental understanding about how it works...
3 days ago | Closing on Apr 20
BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
Location: Vienna, Austria | Closing on Apr 20
Post Doc Position on Metabolic Engineering of Pichia pastoris for the Valorisation of CO2 to Chemicals
Research field Yeasts are valuable chassis organisms for synthetic biology applications towards sustainable production of biobased chemicals. A special interest is focused on methylotrophic yeasts for the conversion of single carbon substrates such as methanol, formate and...
3 days ago | Closing on Apr 20
BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
Location: Vienna, Austria | Closing on Apr 20
Post Doc Position on Promoter Engineering of Pichia pastoris for Customised Protein Production
Research field Yeasts are valuable hosts for production of heterologous proteins. The aim of this project is to identify and engineer promoters of the methylotrophic yeast Pichia pastoris that are specific growth conditions in bioreactor cultures, and to validate their...
5 days ago | Closing on Apr 15
Hector Fellow Academy
Hector Fellow Academy
Location: Karlsruhe, Germany | Closing on Apr 15
Evolution of pre- and postzygotic reproductive isolation in cichlid fishes
In Nicaragua a rare “natural experiment” resulted in repeated parallel adaptive radiations of cichlid fishes. 13+ species arose in a few thousand years after colonization of 7 crater lakes from an older ancestral lake population. In two crater lakes small repeated adaptive...