The University of Birmingham has committed to create world-leading bioinformatics capacity and expertise with the creation of three prestigious bioinformatics chair-level positions.
The Bioinformatics Chairs are supported by a dedicated and creative team of bioinformatics research fellows, IT and administrative support staff. The CCB team works closely, drawing from their individual strengths and areas of interest to create a well-rounded knowledge base. The CCB team collaborates with University and external researchers, supporting them in their work. The CCB team has built strong links with bioinformaticians and related academics across the University, forming a network of working relationships, and building the CCB Community.
The CCB is a dynamic centre; with new opportunities at all levels. We are currently looking to fill roles directly supporting the Chairs, as well as in teaching, research, bioinformatics, and administration.
If you’re interested in bringing your expertise to the CCB team, please send us an email.
Research Fellow - UKRI Innovation / Rutherford Research Fellow – 58444
Two individual Fellowships, aligned to the UK Government’s National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF), are being awarded to initiate novel projects. The NPIF seeks to invest in science, research and innovation over the next four years to support a growing, innovative economy. The post holders will develop their own projects, in areas relating (though not limited) to interdisciplinary research in health data science, such as the generation of an interoperable, integrated data; the development and assessment of robust methods for analysing, visualising and using complex multi-dimensional datasets; transformation of integrated data environments into a semantic-based infrastructure of interoperable, real time biomedical data.
The successful candidate will be appointed at the grade appropriate to their experience and qualifications.
Interviews will take place w/c 15 January 2018. You will be asked to give a 20 minute presentation introducing your proposed project, how it builds on your expertise, and fits within the HDR UK Strategy’
The successful candidate must start by 15th February 2018 with submission of grant details by 26th of January 2018. Find out more ...