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Position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Bioinformatics
Institution: University of Oslo
Location: Oslo, Østlandet, Norway
Duties: This project aims to make cancer genomics, imaging, medical, clinical, environmental and socio-economic data accessible, using and enhancing existing federated and interoperable systems for securely identifying, sharing, processing and reusing FAIR cancer data across borders, and it will offer them via community-driven analysis environments. EOSC4Cancer provision of well-curated datasets will be essential for advanced analytics and computational methods to be reproducible and robust, including machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches. EOSC4Cancer use cases will cover the patient journey from cancer prevention through to diagnosis and treatment, laying the foundation of data trajectories and workflows for future cancer mission projects
Requirements: Applicants must hold a PhD degree in Bioinformatics, computational life sciences, Computer Science, informatics, data science, Biostatistics or other similar disciplines with documented experience in bioinformatics and handling of large molecular datasets. A doctoral dissertation must have been submitted for evaluation by the application deadline. Only applicants with an approved doctoral thesis and public defence are eligible for appointment
   
Text: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Bioinformatics This project aims to make cancer genomics, imaging, medical, clinical, environmental and socio-economic data accessible, using and enhancing existing federated and interoperable systems for securely identifying, sharing, processing and reusing FAIR cancer data across borders, and it will offer them via community-driven analysis environments. EOSC4Cancer provision of well-curated datasets will be essential for advanced analytics and computational methods to be reproducible and robust, including machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches. EOSC4Cancer use cases will cover the patient journey from cancer prevention through to diagnosis and treatment, laying the foundation of data trajectories and workflows for future cancer mission projects Applicants must hold a PhD degree in Bioinformatics, computational life sciences, Computer Science, informatics, data science, Biostatistics or other similar disciplines with documented experience in bioinformatics and handling of large molecular datasets. A doctoral dissertation must have been submitted for evaluation by the application deadline. Only applicants with an approved doctoral thesis and public defence are eligible for appointment
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