CRG International PhD Call - PhD Fellowship Position in Systems & Syntethic Biology

   Social and host-microbiome systems

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  Dr Amelie Baud  No more applications being accepted  Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

Apply now to boost your scientific career at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona. The CRG is a centre of excellence with international teams representing a broad range of disciplines, with first-class core technologies to support the research projects, a wide range of seminars given by high-profile invited speakers, and courses on complementary and transferable skills integrated with the training programme.

The CRG PhD International call is now open!

There are 17 fellowships available and you need to apply through the Centre For Genomic Regulation (CRG) website

One of these positions can be found below:

Project Key Words

Gut Microbiome | Horizontal Gene Transfer | Microbiome Transmission | Metagenomics | Evolutionary Medical Genomics

Our Research

A key interest of our group is to understand host-microbiome interactions. In particular, we study the factors that influence the gut microbiome, including genetic effects from the host and microbiome exchanges between socially interacting hosts.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for a proactive candidate with a computational background (python and/or R). Prior knowledge in (meta)genomic data analysis is desirable but not compulsory if you are eager to learn.

This position will be cosupervised by Mireia Valls-Colomer tenure-track group leader at Pompeu Fabra University (UPF).

Visit the CRG PhD International call webpage for this position

Biological Sciences (4) Computer Science (8)
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