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Systems Biology of the Cell Cycle interactome

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  • Full or part time
    Dr N Davey
    Dr J Choudhary
  • Application Deadline
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  • Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)
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About This PhD Project

Project Description

SUMMARY OF THE POST
We are recruiting a highly motivated team member to the Short Linear Motif Team in the Division of Cancer Biology to help characterise the motif-mediated interactome of the human cell. A 4-year Cancer Research UK-funded PhD position will be available for the computational analysis of the transient motif-mediated protein interactions of the cell cycle. This work is part of a larger project characterising motif-mediated interactions to identify weak points in cancer cells for therapeutic intervention.
For a concise overview of our work, please visit our group website at http://slim.icr.ac.uk.
Location: The Division of Cancer Biology at the Institute of Cancer Research, London
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
● To design and undertake experiments appropriate for the project, working in a semi-independent fashion involving the following:
○ Development of methods for the integration, processing and analysis of large interactomics datasets from diverse sources
○ Development of methods for interaction interface discovery using evolutionary information
○ Design, implementation and application of analysis workflows to extract biological insight from noisy interactomics data
○ Creation of web resources for these novel methodologies and analyses
○ Interpretation of the findings and design of future experiments.
○ Maintain accurate records of experiments and data.
● To coordinate with other members of the team and the Division and contribute to a multidisciplinary collaboration through providing scientific input into a developing research project.
● To further develop a knowledge of the literature in the subject area.
● Presentation of seminars and journal clubs.
● Writing drafts of publications arising from this work.

EXPERIENCE
The following skills are desirable:
• Proficiency in Python programming and experience with Linux
• Knowledge and experience of the analysis of large datasets
• Experience with web and database development
• Experience with statistical analysis and/or machine learning
• Understanding of biological concepts relevant to the project
For further informal inquiries about the position, contact Dr. Norman Davey ([Email Address Removed]) with the email title “Recruitment - PhD Student - Systems Biology of the Cell Cycle interactome”.


Funding Notes
Full funding is available

Candidate profile
Candidates must have a first class or upper second class honours BA or BSc Honours/MSc or equivalent in computational biology or computer sciences

How to apply

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Details on how to apply are available via the ICR website https://www.icr.ac.uk/studying-and-training/phds-for-science-graduates/phd-studentship-projects Please note we only accept applications via our online recruitment portals
Please complete the application form and include the following:
● A 1-page letter explaining your research background, research interests, key skills in relation to the position and motivation for applying.

Key words:
Computational Biology
Evolutionary Biology
Big Data Analysis
Protein-Protein Interactions
Cell Cycle
Short Linear Motifs


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