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15P-31Postdoctoral Scientist BBSRC BBR As part of a new and exciting collaboration between The Pirbright Institute (TPI), Anthony Nolan, and The Moredun Research Institute (MRI), a bioinformatics position with initial funding for 5 years is available. TPI and MRI are world leaders in research on infectious diseases of livestock with a strong track record in translating this research into more effective disease control. Anthony Nolan is a world leader in characterising and studying human genetic diversity associated with transplantation and has developed and maintains the associated datasets of individual sequence variation. Working within an established bioinformatics group, the post holder will be responsible for maintaining and significantly developing the centralised repository of Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) sequences and analysis tools on IPD-MHC (
15P-33Bioinformatics e-learning officerA review of bioinformatics and biomathematics at institutes strategically funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) identified a need to improve the provision of training in these areas and made funding available to do so. This post is to develop training materials for bioinformatics, with a particular focus on e-learning to ensure maximum use of the materials. This will include adapting existing training material in basic statistics and bioinformatics and developing new material for areas where there is a particular need at the Institute.PDF19-06-2015

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