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Based in the new National Horizon Centre in Darlington, a Research Associate position is available as part of the Lymphoma Genomics Group. The main purpose of the role is to generate and integrate OMICS data from multiple platforms using bioinformatics approaches to identify clinical biomarkers and investigate the dysregulated genes/pathways using contemporary laboratory techniques.
You will work under the supervision of Professor Vikki Rand in a multidisciplinary team towards high impact publications and grants. Given the nature of this research, extensive knowledge of paediatric lymphoma, Omics data analysis and experience of biomarker identification are critical skills.
Job Reference: T4443
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Closing date: 15 December 2019