Postdoctoral Fellow: Heidelberg Human Bioinformatics (HD-HuB) at EMBL, Germany 2003 views

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Organization European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
Fellowship Level Postdoctoral
Country Germany
Subject areas Bioinformatics
Fellowship amount Varies
Eligibility PhD
Deadline 31 March 2016

About the Program

Bioinformatician is required to join the Zeller team in the area of metagenomics and human multi-omics data analysis, integration and interpretation. Development of new analytical methods, implement robust software and integrate tools into workflows and service portals. The position is embedded in the context of the German National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Network (de.NBI), of which the Heidelberg Human Bioinformatics (HD-HuB) node is committed to providing human-centered bioinformatics tools and services.

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  • PhD degree with a technical, methods-oriented focus and with exposure to biological research.
  • Programming skills (knowledge of R and / or Python are most valuable) and familiarity with Unix / Bash are essential.
  • Developing and Maintaining bioinformatics tools; deploying software.
  • Expertise in analyzing microbiome or other high-throughput genomic data is a plus.
  • Good communication and organisational skills including written and spoken English are required
  • A desire and ability to work well within a team are key to success in this environment.


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