NERC Postgraduate and Professional Skills Development Courses for 2013/2014

NERC is pleased to announce that the new e-brochure for the Postgraduate and Professional Skills Development Courses 2013/2014 is now available to download from our website: http://www.nerc.ac.uk/funding/available/postgrad/schemes/ppsda.asp. This includes full details of the courses and information on how to apply.

The courses are aimed at PhD students and early career researchers in environmental sciences. They cover a wide range of topics including statistics, modelling, bioinformatics, taxonomy and fieldwork techniques.

Funded places are available and will be allocated to NERC-funded PhD students and early career researchers as a priority. However, if sufficient places are available, other individuals may be eligible to attend.

Latest Vacancy: Clinical Bioinformation Officer

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Clinical Bioinformatician and Training Officer

Recruiter: Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Salary: £25,528.00 – £34,189.00 Per annum
Location:
Job sector: Scientific Services
Job type: Permanent
Hours: Full-time
Date posted: 23/11/2012

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How to apply

Name:
Angela Davies
Info for Applicants:
Apply with:
on-line application form
Deadline for applications:
Not specified

BSc in an appropriate biological science, plus a relevant qualification or experience in bioinformatics, whilst knowledge of molecular biology and clinical molecular genetics is essential.

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European Bioinformatics Institute Open Day

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The ‘Open Day’ is the perfect opportunity for young scientists that are considering a career in bioinformatics to find out more about opportunities at Europe’s main centre for bioinformatics. You will learn about cutting-edge research projects, get an overview of one of the world’s most Important collections of biological databases and tools, and be given time to talk one-to-one with the experts who develop and curate these services.

Registration is FREE, but places are limited to 40 people so please register now to avoid disappointment. Please go to http://www.ebi.ac.uk/training/openday/

for a full programme and registration details.

Updated March 2013