PhD Studentship in Bayesian Methods in Bioinformatics

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PhD studentship in Bayesian Methods in Bioinformatics, Warwick Systems Biology Centre Maintenance grant of £12 283 pa plus academic fees

Duration: 3 years

You should have a good first degree in a relevant quantitative field such as theoretical physics, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics etc and a strong interest in molecular biology.

The overall goal of this multidisciplinary project is to combine functional genomics and computational modelling into a novel integrative systems approach aimed at identifying key components of the regulatory networks involved in cell physiology.

The project aims to develop a computational framework based on a probabilistic modelling technique (Bayesian state-space models), within the context of real-world scientific problems.

Warwick Systems Biology Centre has a thriving research and postgraduate training programme at the interface of the life sciences and the mathematical and physical sciences.

Informal enquiries: Prof. David Wild (d.l.wild [at] warwick.ac.uk)

Please quote job vacancy reference number WSB01-017.

Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.

Applicants should apply online at: PhD Studentship in Bayesian Methods in Bioinformatics

Details of requirements can be found here: Application Forms

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