Postdoctoral position for Structural Genomics

CNAG, Centro Nacional de Análisis Genómico
Job Location
08028 Barcelona
Job Description

The CNAG seeks a talented postdoc with a strong background in bioinformatics. The position is open at the Structural Genomics Team ( at CNAG and CRG working on 3Dgenomics for understanding how genomes fold and organize into the nucleus.

This post will be funded by the MINECO project “Determining the structure of genomes and genomic domains” (BFU2013-47736). The successful candidate will report to the Structural Genomics Team Leader.

The candidate will be initially offered a 2 year contract at the salary scale of a PostDoc at CNAG.

1.Development and implementation of software for the analysis of 3D structure of genomes.
2.Computational analysis of the relationship between lncRNA and the organization of the genome.



1. A PhD in Bioinformatics or related field.
2. Demonstrated experience in developing software for bioinformatics.
3.Previous knowledge of NGS analysis and structural biology is a plus.
4.Python proficiency is a plus.

How to Apply

Interested candidates may submit a CV, a brief statement of interests and two letters of reference from previous advisers before February 28th 2015 to Marc A. Marti-Renom at

Ref: Postdoc Structural Genomics

About Our Organization

The CNAG has a park of twelve second generation DNA sequencers supported by an extensive informatics infrastructure, and is one of the major Genome Sequencing Centers in Europe.

The CNAG is actively involved in collaborative research projects on a number of specific topics: Disease Gene Identification, Cancer Genomics, Genomics of Infectious Diseases, Model Organism Genomics and Agrogenomics.

In addition, we participate in several consortia of networked projects such as the ICGC and EU-funded projects such as RD-Conect, Airprom, ESGI, Blueprint, IBD-Character, BBMRI-LPC and 4DGenome.

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