The BIOBIX lab of Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics focuses on the analysis of high-throughput “omics” data, particularly generated by second and third generation sequencing or mass spectrometry , with the following main topics:

  • Development of innovative data-analytical methodologies to solve complex biological questions, related to allele-specific expression (imprinting, eQTLs, allelic imbalance), the aging genome, epitranscriptomics, telomere biology and micropeptide biology.
  • Applied (epi)genomics, transcriptomics, translatomics and proteomics research for cancer and aging studies, but also with applications in e.g. neuronal development and crop protection.

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The BIOBIX Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics lab of the Dept. of Data Analysis & Mathematical Modelling at Ghent University has a vacancy for an assistant (PhD research yet with an important teaching duty). This is a 6-year appointment (initially 2-year but is renewed for 2 x 2 years upon positive evaluation). Research will focus on the epigenetic clock of aging, both regarding application and the underlying biology. Students graduating in July may apply. See: job descritption for more details.

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