The PhD student will make use of the extensive data sets to identify gene and protein interactions that might be of importance for the development and progression of the disease. Potential interactions and mechanisms of regulation will be validated by the student using a variety of laboratory techniques such as analysis of expression and epigenetic modifications, promoter activity assays, transcription factor binding sites, co-immunoprecipitat ions in in vitro model systems (cell culture) as well as in tissue samples. For validated targets, blood/plasma based assays for early detection, tumour classification, risk assessment and treatment decisions will be developed.
Institut de Génomique
Centre national de génotypage
Laboratoire de recherche translationnelle
Centre : Fontenay-aux- roses
CEA / DSV/IG/CNG/LRTR:
CEA -Institut de Génomique
Centre National de Génotypage
2 rue Gaston Crémieux
91057 Evry Cedex
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 01 60 87 84 23
For more details about the PhD scholarships in Genomics, France please visit the PhD scholarships link.
http://www.cng. fr/fr/teams/ epigen/index. html
Note: The applcation deadline to the PhD scholarships in Genomics, France is 08 March, 2011.
Please quote 10 Academic Resources Daily in your application to this opportunity!