Position Offered

Arabidopsis thaliana

REFERENCE NO: 239

DATE: 23/01/2018

POSITION: Postdoc Research position in the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens.

SUBJECT: Processing of publicly available microarray data of the plant model Arabidopsis thaliana for the creation of the Arabidopsis Coexpression Tool (ACT) web tool.

SALARY: The estimated monthly salary will be €1,526.98 (gross).

TIME DURATION: The estimated contract duration is 11 months and the estimated start date of the contract is the 15/02/2018.

PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: The place of employment is the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens, Soranou Efessiou 4, Athens, Greece

ELIGIBILITY: The candidates must be Greek citizens or citizens of the Member States of the European Union and they must have the following qualifications:

  • Essential qualifications
    • B.Sc. or B.Eng.
    • Ph.D. in Bioinformatics, Informatics, Biology, Molecular Biology or Biochemistry
  • Desirable qualifications
    • Experience in web development on Apache server, using PHP and MySQL
    • Publications in international scientific journals
    • Knowledge of English language
    • Knowledge of R programming language
    • Experience in microarray data analysis

For more information, please contact Dr. Ioannis Michalopoulos at imichalop@bioacademy.gr or call +30 2106597127

Relevent References

  • Michalopoulos I, Pavlopoulos GA, Malatras A, Karelas A, Kostadima MA, Schneider R, Kossida S (2012) Human gene correlation analysis (HGCA): a tool for the identification of transcriptionally co-expressed genes. BMC Res Notes 5:265
  • Jen CH, Manfield IW, Michalopoulos I, Pinney JW, Willats WG, Gilmartin PM, Westhead DR (2006) The Arabidopsis co-expression tool (ACT): a WWW-based tool and database for microarray-based gene expression analysis. Plant J 46:336-348
  • Manfield IW, Jen CH, Pinney JW, Michalopoulos I, Bradford JR, Gilmartin PM, Westhead DR (2006) Arabidopsis Co-expression Tool (ACT): web server tools for microarray-based gene expression analysis. Nucleic Acids Res 34:W504-509

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