University of Luxembourg invites applications for a postdoctoral position in Postdoctoral Position in computational modeling/bioinformatics (Molecular Systems Physiology Group) under Prof. Dr. I. Thiele at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB).
Duration: Fixed-term contract; 1 year; may be extended up to 5 years.
Role and Responsibilities:
- Processing, integration, and analysis of metabolomics data in the context of the human metabolic reconstruction
- Computational modeling with the human metabolic reconstruction
- Assistance in PhD student supervision
- Writing of grant applications, project reports, and scientific papers
- Close collaboration and knowledge exchange with national and international collaborators.
- Applicant must hold PhD degree (or equivalent) in Systems Biology, Biochemistry, Medicine, (Molecular) Biology, or related fields.
- Applicant must have working knowledge of human metabolism and biochemistry; computational modeling.
- Applicant must have experience with constraint-based metabolic modeling is of advantage; metabolomic data.
- Applicant must have strong interest in interdisciplinary research.
- Applicant must possess excellent communication skills.
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- Working in a scientifically stimulating, innovative, dynamic, well-equipped, and international surrounding
- Opportunity to work closely with worldwide academic partners
Applications (in English) should contain the following documents:
- Cover letter with the reference number (Ref:R-AGR-0592-13-C)
- List of publications
- Description of past research experience and how future interests complement the proposed role
- 3 References with name and contact information
|Organization||University of Luxembourg|
|Subject areas||Systems Biology, Biochemistry, Medicine, (Molecular) Biology|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||15th January 2017|
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