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About us I have an opening for a post doc position with experience in bioinformatics and epidemiology. You will be working with Professor Ingrid Glimelius within the field of hematological malignancies. We are approximately 10 people (doctoral students, postdocs, assistant professors, senior researchers) with different backgrounds but with common research interests, namely the study of different cancer forms using Swedish national registers, clinical data and with the novel possibility of added biological data. Many of us are working as physicians at the Department of Oncology, Uppsala Akademiska Hospital. Further information on the activity of the research group can be found at Ingrid Glimelius – Immunology, Genetics and Pathology, IGP – Uppsala University, Sweden (uu.se) You will also be affiliated to professor Karin E Smedbys group at Karolinska Institutet with a strong experience and knowledge in cancer epidemiology. We are in an expansive phase and are therefore looking for coworkers that will follow us in this progress. We work in a field were results quickly can be implemented into clinical care. You will have the possibility to work at EpiHubben Uppsala University. EpiHubben is a dynamic and friendly research working environment with great opportunities for interaction.
Work descriptionYou will work with identifying novel prognostic and predicting markers studying whole exome sequencing from lymphoma tumors, proteomic data from lymphoma patients and integrations with clinical data and national register-based data. The project will address the following topics: 1) Identification of which biological or personal characteristics that best predicts outcome and late effects in lymphoma patients, using a combination of clinical, biological and register-based data.
- Skills in data management, statistical analysis and modeling (SAS, STATA and/or R)
- Experience of analysis of genetic data generated by next generation sequencing, for example whole exome panel diagnostics, i.e. programming skills in Linux
- Excellent scientific writing ability and strong oral communication skills in English
- Detail-oriented, professional and well-organized
- Knowledge/experience of the following fields is an advantage: medicine, in particular oncology, hematology and immunology
- Experience with pathology immunostaining and multiplex imaging is an advantage
- A good publication track record.
- Laboratory experience, and knowledge is also a merit
- To qualify for an employment as a postdoc you must have a PhD degree or a foreign degree equivalent to a PhD degree in a relevant area of medicine, biology or biochemistry (e.g. molecular/cell/tumor biology). The PhD degree must have been obtained no more than three years prior to the application deadline. The three-year period can be extended due to circumstances such as sick leave, parental leave, duties in labor unions, etc.
- Good collaborative skills
The application should contain an application letter with the motivation to join the group, curriculum vitae and list of scientific publications of the candidate. The name and contact details of two references should also be included.
About the employmentThe employment is a temporary position of 2 years according to central collective agreement.Scope of employment 100 %. Starting date as agreed. Placement: Uppsala
For further information about the position, please contact: Ingrid Glimelius, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit your application by 26 june 2023, UFV-PA 2023/1757.
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Placement: Department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology
Type of employment: Full time , Temporary position
Pay: Fixed salary
Number of positions: 1
Working hours: 100%
County: Uppsala län
Union representative: Seko Universitetsklubben email@example.com ST/TCO firstname.lastname@example.org Saco-rådet email@example.com
Number of reference: UFV-PA 2023/1757
Last application date: 2023-06-26