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  • Bioinformatician position CIAT Colombia 2016

    The CIAT cassava genetics team is looking for Bioinformatician to study the genomics and genetics of cassava controlling economically and agriculturally important traits. Among such trait are micro-nutrient enrichment, novel starch molecules and resistance to pest and diseases.

    The challenge is to extract knowledge from large sequencing (RAD, WGS, RNASeq) and metabolomics projects. We aim to develop a bioinformatics platform for large scale GWAS analyses (Genome Wide Association Studies) dynamically connected to genomics and metabolomics data available for Cassava. All the activities will be performed in close interaction with CIAT bioinformaticians/ informaticians and collaborators of the South Green bioinformatics platform (http://www.southgreen.fr).

    The position is for one year with possibility of extension.

    Expected profile of the applicant

    - Master or PhD Bioinformatics

    - Experience in NGS analysis

    - A good grasp on implementation aspects

    Location : CIAT (Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical), Cali, Colombia

    Contact: [email protected]

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