Computational Biology
PhD student, Dresden, Germany

re-posted from, 7.07.2010


The research group Cellular Networks and Systems Biology of Andreas Beyer at the Biotechnology Center of the TU Dresden is seeking new PhD students in computational biology. The group is conducting cutting-edge computational analysis of genomic data and statistical modeling for the understanding of a wide range of biological problems.
Applications have to go through the competitive international PhD Program DIGS-BB .
   Interested candidates have to register online until July 10th, 2010.
   Applications have to be submitted until July 20th.
All rules of the DIGS-BB apply accordingly.

Qualifications and experience

Successful candidates have a computational, mathematical or statistical background, preferably with applications to molecular biological systems.
See here for more details.

Mathieu Clement-Ziza, Ph.D.
BIOTEC TU-Dresden, Germany
Phone: +49 (0)351-463-40088
Fax: +49 (0)351-463-40087