Bioinformatics PhD student fellowship

Institute of Cardiovascular Regeneration, Goethe University Frankfurt
Job Location
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
1,775 EURO per month
Job Description

PhD Student Fellowship Applications are invited for a PhD student fellowship available at the Institute for Cardiovascular Regeneration at the University of Frankfurt (Germany). The topics of research are: epigenetics, genomics, lncRNAs, miRs, and transcriptomics


We are seeking exceptional and highly motivated candidates in the field of bioinformatics. The successful candidate will be expected to have specific expertise in writing of programs (e.g. C++, Java, Perl, Python), working knowledge about biological databases, hands-on experience with biological data (especially microarray and NGS data), computer skills in a UNIX/LINUX environment, and excellent communication and organization skills as well as publications as a first-author in bioinformatics journals. While knowledge of the German language is not mandatory, excellent written and spoken English skills are required. Minimum Degree Required: M.S. or equivalent in Bioinformatics/Computer Science

How to Apply

If interested, send a cover letter with CV, including names of 2 references to Dr. Shizuka Uchida, Institute for Cardiovascular Regeneration, University Frankfurt, Germany. e-mail: [email protected].

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