The Cortes-Ciriano group studies the mutational processes and mechanisms of genome instability underpinning tumorigenesis, immune escape, and drug response through the analysis of multi-omic, high-throughput data of tumors and pre-clinical models.
L'Ambassade de France à Londres finance des stages à l'Institut Européen de Bioinformatique (EMBL-EBI) près de Cambridge. L'EMBL-EBI héberge nombre d'archives de données biologiques européennes (ENA, PDBe, Europe PMC...) des services d'annotation (Ensembl, Uniprot, Reactome...) ainsi que des activités de recherche.
We are looking for a highly motivated Bioinformatician/Senior Bioinformatician to
contribute to the development of the analysis pipelines behind EMBL-EBI’s Single Cell RNA-Seq portal,
a new added-value database providing information about gene expression in
single cells across different cell types, tissues and conditions.
A significant part of your work will involve working on the pipelines that
will process data from the Human Cell Atlas (HCA) project for visualising through the portal.
The Samples, Phenotypes and Ontologies Team at EMBL-EBI seeks an enthusiastic, highly motivated bioinformatician to work with the Biosamples database team as part of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH) initiative. This is a position specific to this project to ensure that human disease biological sample information can be integrated and made available worldwide.
We are looking for a talented student to develop an editing software tool for Pharmacometrics models. Those models describe and quantify interactions between xenobiotics and patients , including beneficial effects and adverse effects. They are applied to quantify drug, disease and trial information to aid efficient drug development, regulatory decisions and rational drug treatment in patients. Recently, a consortium of academic and industrial partners developed PharmML, a standard markup language to encode those models.
BioModels Database is a central repository of mathematical models of biological/biomedical processes. It is hosted at EMBL-EBI and is one of the resources of the molecular systems cluster. The models distributed through BioModels are extensively tested and encoded in standard formats (for example, SBML (Systems Biology Markup Language)) and are free to use.
The position is focused on enhancing eHive -the workflow management system of the Ensembl project- so that different (remote) pipelines can efficiently communicate between each other. This would allow us to expose some of the Ensembl tools (such as Blast or Vep) as components that users can add to their own pipelines.