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Postdoc, Bioinformatics

University of Verona
Job Location
Strada Le Grazie 15
Cà Vignal 1, Department of Biotechnology
Job Description

We offer:
A challenging job as post-doc within a research group expanding toward novel genomics technologies.

We ask:

We are seeking applicants with experience in computational analysis from high-throughput datasets and interested in next-generation sequencing data analysis and genomics.

The selected candidate will be enrolled as young/senior post-doc and she/he will be responsible of developing a new approach for cost-effective population genotyping on plants, based on next-generation-sequencing. A second position is available for the analysis of WES and WGS dataset in human.

More information can be provided upon request or during the interview.  

We want an independent, creative, innovative and well-organized person with excellent cooperative skills.


Minimum Requirements:
• Master degree from an accredited college or university in one of these fields of study: biotechnology, computational biology, (bio)informatics, computer science, statistics or related fields.
• Programming/scripting skills (Bash, Perl/Python, R)
• Familiar with Unix environment
• Good communication and organizational skills
Preferred but not required:
• Previous experience in the analysis of next generation sequencing data
• Background in genetics or genomics

How to Apply

Please contact:

Dr. Marzia Rossato: [email protected]

Department of Biotechnology, University of Verona

Strada le Grazie 15, Cà Vignal 1

37134 Verona, Italy

Tel: +39 045 8027800

About Our Organization

The Functional Genomics Laboratory of the University of Verona is an important national and international reference point for the sequencing and structural and functional characterization of genomes including model and non-model organisms, plants, bacteria, animals and humans. Its research focuses on the characterization of genomes by implementing the most advanced DNA sequencing technologies, including MinION, PacBio and Optical Mapping. Moreover, the group is involved in national and international projects, also within the Horizon2020 European framework.

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