Asistente de investigación enfocado en meiofauna y nematodos en el Tree of Life Project ~ Bioblogia.net

17 de enero de 2022

Asistente de investigación enfocado en meiofauna y nematodos en el Tree of Life Project

Oferta compartida por Nuria

The Wellcome Sanger Institute are seeking a Research Assistant to join the Blaxter group in the Tree of Life programme to work in our nematode and meiofaunal genomics team. You will join a friendly and productive group working on the genomics of the smallest of animals - mostly nematodes, but also other meiofauna.

About the Team:
The Blaxter group is using high volume genomics to understand the evolution and biology of a wide range of taxa. One key project is to sequence to high quality the genomes of hundreds of free living and parasitic nematodes (roundworms) and other meiofaunal species. We also work on a wide range of other animals, plants, fungi and protists.

About the Role:
You will be responsible for maintenance and processing of nematode cultures for genomic analysis, including many free living taxa and new isolates from the wild. You will be responsible for shepherding strains from acquisition through to genome sequencing, working with others in the team to set priorities and develop procedures. You will participate in wild sampling of nematodes and other meiofauna.

About you:
We are seeking a graduate biologist, good with their hands in the laboratory - and preferably with some experience in handling Caenorhabditis or other nematode cultures - and with an enthusiasm for science that can see beyond the detail of the day to day work in the lab to new discoveries. You will be careful, meticulous and have a strong work ethic.

Visit https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk/vacancy/research-assistant-tree-of-life-469960.html for more details and how to apply.

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