About the Project
This project will involve integrative analysis of genome-wide data from multiple cancer types, including colorectal cancer and melanoma, to identify early biomarkers for cancer occurrence and to predict the risk of metastasis and response to therapy. Lab-based work will use established molecular biology techniques, such as FACS and next generation sequencing, combined with cutting-edge molecular biology tools, such as single-cell epigenomic and transcriptomic profiling and CRISPR editing. Data analysis will also use a combination of standard bioinformatic tools and customised in-house pipelines.
This project is an excellent opportunity to be involved in a high quality multi-disciplinary team. The prospective candidate will learn a range of valuable skills and gain both ’wet’ and ’dry’ lab expertise while enjoying a great post-graduate experience in beautiful New Zealand.
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