As part of the BRC bioinformatics group the successful candidate will be expected to perform integrative bioinformatics research of an international standard complementary to the overall research strategy of the BRC-MH. This strategy includes the use of transcriptomics, genomics, proteomics, neuroimaging, clinical records mining and other approaches to identify biomarkers of progression, disease and treatment response and further understanding mental illness. Duties of the role will include the development of tools for large scale data analysis, integration, mining and visualisation; the design and analysis of large variable datasets, pattern classification and mathematical/statistical modelling and programming in a variety of languages on a Linux platform.
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The successful candidate will have a relevant PhD and a proven track record of bioinformatics research.S/he will therefore need to be familiar with relevant tools such as R, MySQL and Perl.
The post is funded to 31 March 2012
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