Hasselt University, in collaboration with Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO), announces the following position (m/f)
PhD student in (Statistical) Bioinformatics (2×2 jaar)
The candidate will conduct research in statistical and (bio)informatics methods supporting the design and analysis of peptide centric mass-spectrometry experiments. The research will be situated in the context of the studies conducted at VITO. The candidate will be active in both institutes (50/50).
You have a strong quantitative background;
You are intrinsically motivated, think analytically and creatively, work in an organised and focused manner ;
You enjoy working in a multidisciplinary environment (bioinformatics, statistics, computer sciences, molecular biology, analytical chemistry);
Experience in the use of statistical/mathematical software such as SAS, R, Matlab etc., is strongly recommended.
Licentiate, Master, or equivalent diploma in bioinformatics, (bio)statistics, mathematics, computer science, computational biology, bioengineering, or related field. Research experience is considered an advantage (e.g. by M.Sc. dissertation). Applicants should have a good knowledge of English. Presentation of TOEFL-results or an equivalent certificate of knowledge of English is considered a definite plus.
The appointment takes effect from 01.02.2011 for a period of 2 years, extendable to a total period of 4 years. The candidate will be simultaneously appointed at the Center for Statistics, the UHasselt entity of the Interuniversity Institute for Biostatistics and statistical Bioinformatics, and at the Environmental Analysis and Technology business unit of VITO.
Content job responsibilities:
Content terms of employment and selection procedure: Yves Soen, 011-26 80 85, [email protected]
Official application forms
or are available at the Rectoraat of Hasselt University, Campus Diepenbeek, Agoralaan – building D, B-3590 Diepenbeek (Belgium), phone +32 – 11 – 26 80 10
The completed application forms must reach us no later than January 7th 2011.
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