Institute Cancer Research are seeking postdocs interested in forecasting cancer evolution. Open positions to join their dynamic interdisciplinary teams (Andrea Sottoriva at the ICR, Trevor Graham at Barts) that combines molecular methods with mathematical modelling to measure and predict cancer evolution.
They are looking for people either with bioinformatic and/or mathematical modelling expertise, or excellent wet-lab skills (genetics or cell biologists, particularly those experimentalists excited about Big Data).
Their groups are highly interdisciplinary (mix of mathematicians, physicists, evolutionary theorists, cell biologists, geneticists and clinicians) and they perform theory-led experiments to understand and predict cancer evolution. Genomic analysis and Bayesian inference are their methodologies of choice. The positions are funded by Cancer Research UK, the Wellcome Trust and the MRC, and are part of a close collaboration between Trevor Graham¹s lab at the Barts Cancer Institute, and Andrea Sottoriva¹s lab at the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), and postdocs are available at both institutes.
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Interested people should feel free to get in touch with Trevor Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org