Opening for lab technicians

Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI) is an autonomous Institute of the Department of Biotechnology under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India invited application for recruitment to the post of Lab Technician/Technical Assistant.

Details of Post
No. of Posts: 11
Lab Technician
Technical Assistant

Eligibility Criteria
Educational Qualification
Lab Technician


Bioinformatics Workshop

The Bioinformatics Centre (DBT-BIF) of Assam University, Silchar and The Computer and Statistical Service Centre of the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata will jointly organise a workshop on ‘Introductory Statistical Analysis of Biological Data’ from September 2-6 at the Assam University Bioinformatics Centre (DBT-BIF).


Bioinformatics firm InterpretOmics raises funding

Bioinformatics startup InterpretOmics has snagged $1.6 million (Rs 10 crore) from a slate of angel backers, seeking to grow its business of providing cloud-based software for analyzing genomics data, the company said last week. The only named investor was the Singapore-based shipping company Amarante.


Job Opening for Bioinformatics Dept.

Location : Karnataka » Bangalore
Posted : 25-May-2011
For all those who want to be part of a growing team of professionals.....a faculty position in the Bioinformatics department is currently available with us.Eligibility:- M.Sc/M.Tech -Bioinformatics.The job opening is most suitable for freshers.
Contact : Azyme
Mobile : 9379215770 Call Save
Address : Jayanagar, Bangalore
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Post Doctoral Job - Bioinformatics

One postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Neurological Research Institute (NRI) at Baylor College of Medicine, one of the top medical schools in the United States. The NRI will bring together world experts in neuroscience, computer scientists and applied mathematics to pursue collaborative, interdisciplinary basic and translational research on a variety of neurological and neuro-developmental disorders. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and utilize bioinformatics algorithms to interpret and integrate various microarray and next-generation sequencing data for a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying human neurological diseases.



Interview with bioinformatics researcher Dr. Atul Butte on how computers are giving us a deeper understanding of human disease.

National Institute of General Medical Sciences



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