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Principal Investigators

Closing date: 15-02-2018
Principal Investigator position in Bioinformatics

Posting date:  2017-11-07 14:30:37

Reference number:  10412


The Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRIC) in partnership with the Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal (UdeM) invites applications for a Principal Investigator position in the broad domain of Bioinformatics. IRIC and UdeM are committed to developing world class expertise in this field. The new Principal Investigator will play pivotal roles in complementing the research strengths of the Institute.

Specifically, outstanding applications are sought in the areas of software and algorithm development for integrative bioinformatic analysis of systems-wide datasets, machine learning, big data analysis, mechanisms of biological information processing, and mathematical modeling of biological networks.

You will find attached the description of the job. To submit your application, please go to the adress below before February 18,2018







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