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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Staff Research Associate II

Featured RNA-Seq Job – Staff Research Associate II

Job Title: Staff Research Associate II UCLA Title: Staff Res Assoc II-Nonexempt Job Num.: H86625 Work Hours: Monday – Friday, day shift Work Location: 44-133 CHS Job Duties A computational biologist focusing on performing computational and statistical analysis of transcriptomic and epigenomic sequencing data acquired ...

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Post-doc position available – single-cell technologies

Post-doc position available – single-cell technologies

Job Summary Performs basic research duties under the supervision/direction of a Physician (Principal Investigator). DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Research in bioinformatics interested in developing statistical methods and computational algorithms to interpret next-generation sequencing data. This candidate will combine epigenomics, transcriptome, and ...

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Tumor Heterogeneity, Single-Cell Sequencing, and Drug Resistance

Tumor Heterogeneity, Single-Cell Sequencing, and Drug Resistance

Tumor heterogeneity has been compared with Darwinian evolution and survival of the fittest. The evolutionary ecosystem of tumors consisting of heterogeneous tumor cell populations represents a considerable challenge to tumor therapy, since all genetically and phenotypically different subpopulations have to ...

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RNA-Seq reveals shortcomings of experimentation models

RNA-Seq reveals shortcomings of experimentation models

Microglia are resident myeloid cells in the CNS that are activated by infection, neuronal injury, and inflammation. Established BV2 microglial cell lines have been the primary in vitro models used to study neuroinflammation for more than a decade because they ...

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