Ph.D./Postdoc Position: Computational/wet Biology

Daniel GAUTHERET gauthere at gauss.cnrs-mrs.fr
Fri Feb 7 06:14:17 EST 1997

=========== Computational/wet Biology on the French Riviera ===========
                             Feb 1997

The Laboratory of Structural & Genetic Information, (EP 91-CNRS)
of the Institute of Structural Biology & Microbiology (IBSM)
offers immediate doctoral and post-doctoral opportunities in the 
following areas of computational biology:
  - 1.  Analysis of ESTs and Genomic sequence data in Plants
  - 2.  Analysis of microbial genomes
  - 3.  Human genomics and human paleogenetics (study on "ancient DNA")

A solid background in Plant and/or Microbial biology is needed for
positions 1 & 2, as well as a working knowledge of the usual sequence 
analysis tools (GenBank, Blast, etc). Ideal candidates would have 
been previously involved in a sequencing project.

Candidates for position 3 should be prepared to equally divide their
work into wet and "in silico" biology. Again a working knowledge of
sequence analysis techniques is needed.

The laboratory is already well equipped in term of hardware, software
basic bioinformatics skills. We are now looking to reinforce our
genomics potential to take advantage of the computer systems now in

More information on the activity of the laboratory can be found on our
internet server: http://igs-server.cnrs-mrs.fr 

Please address your CV and two references to:

Jean-Michel Claverie, Dr. Sc.                jmc at igs.cnrs-mrs.fr
Tel:   +33 4 91 16 45 48                  Fax: +33 4 91 16 45 49
Laboratory of Structural & Genetic Information,     EP 91 - CNRS
Institute of Structural Biology & Microbiology (IBSM)
31 Chemin Joseph Aiguier, 13402 Marseille Cedex 20, FRANCE

E-mail is preferred. Candidates from all countries of the EEC are
encouraged to apply.

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