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Your Role
Job title:  PhD/MSc Student Position in Bioinformatics
Qualifications: (detailed)  
1.Solid background in cancer biology or human genetics. 2.GPA >3.5 of 4.5 (University of Manitoba scale). 3. A thesis-based Master's degree in broadly defined life science for PhD applicants.
Duties and responsibilities: 
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How to Apply
Deadline:  2018-06-29 Open until filled
University level:  Graduate
Application method:  Email
Required application materials: 
        -   Resume
        -   Transcript
        -   A statement indicating the school, program and year
            that you are currently enrolled in.
References:  2  
Notification process: 
Decision expected: 
The Project
Project title:  PhD/MSc Student in Bioinformatics
Project description: 
We are seeking a PhD or MSc student to join a bioinformatics group based at the Faculty of Health Sciences and Faculty of Engineering, University of Manitoba and Data Science Platform of George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation. The successful candidate should have a thesis-based Master's degree (two-years program)in broadly defined life science for PhD applicant. He or she should have solid background in cancer biology or human genetics. The successful candidate should have a GPA >3.5 of 4.5 (University of Manitoba scale). The position is fully funded by a research assistantship. For more information, please visit www.hu-bioinformaticslab.org . To apply, please send a CV, transcripts, related reports/publications written in English to Dr. Pingzhao Hu at pingzhao.hu@umanitoba.ca.
Researcher/Supervisor:  Dr. Pingzhao Hu
Faculty:  Faculty of Medicine
Dept/School:  Biochemistry and Medical Genetics
Email:  pingzhao.hu@umanitoba.ca
Phone:  204-789-3229
Job Terms
Number of jobs:  1
Job dates:  ASAP to [tbd]
The student can start the PhD or MSc program in January, May or September 2018.
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