Post-doc / IR
A Post-doctoral position is available at the Biosystems and Process Engineering Laboratory (LISBP) located on the grounds of the INSA-Toulouse, France. The laboratory depends of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS, UMR INSA-CNRS 5504) and the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA, UMR INSA-INRA 792).
Postdoctoral Fellow position in the Laboratory of Chemoinformatics-University of Strasbourg, France
We are looking for a Cheminformatics Scientist for a postdoctoral project devoted to computer-aided design of new solvents for CO2 capture. This is a collaborative project with the chemical/energy industry involving a database preparation, application of some machine-learning methods for building structure-property models, preparation and screening of a combinatorial library.
A position is available within the EGODT lab based at SFU and BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute to work on a CIHR funded project focussing on epigenetic changes in adolescents exposed to various types of adversity. This project emerges from a collaboration between Dr. Nadine Provencal and Dr. Isabelle Ouellet-Morin from the University of Montreal and the Research Unit on Children’s Psychosocial Maladjustment (GRIP).
The Omics Data Science Initiative (ODSI) at Simon Fraser University is searching for multiple postdoctoral positions, available immediately. The BC Cancer Agency and BC Children’s hospital are collaborating with SFU scientists in Computer Science (Martin Ester) and the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (Ryan Morin) in pursuit of novel algorithms for application to the general area of precision medicine in oncology. We are searching for a postdoctoral fellow to work on the following two, and possibly additional, research projects.
The Omics Data Science Initiative at Simon Fraser University is searching for multiple postdoctoral positions, available immediately.
Global climate changes that includes several environmental constraints including drought, is a major concern that affects plant survival both in agro-systems and forest ecosystems. Indeed plants have evolved a wide range of mechanisms to cope with adverse environmental conditions that often lead to rapid and integrated reprogramming of gene expression patterns. Recent works have evidenced that epigenetic regulations, including DNA methylation, are essential to the responses of plants to environmental constraints, and may contribute to their long term adaptation to adverse conditions.
We have multiple postdoctoral research positions open and are recruiting on a rolling basis at Fudan University in Shanghai.
You will have the freedom to work on projects ranging from the purely algorithmic to the biologically or clinically driven and we can even define a new project that as long as it furthers the long-term interests of the group in extracting information from very large scale metagenomic or imaging datasets.
See the lab's webpage for more information: http://big-data-biology.org/