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INRA GABI Unit

GABI : Génétique Animale et Biologie IntégrativeUnité Mixte de Recherche INRA - AgroParisTech

The Animal Genetics Division of INRA France has 5 openings for permanent research positions at the junior research scientist level (CR2)

GABI will recruit two junior research scientists (CR2)
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GABI will recruit two junior research scientists in: Computational biology and bovine sequence data / Genomic selection of cattle and sustainability of livestock production Deadline for registration: 28 February 2012

Computational biology and bovine sequence data

You will play a leading role in the analysis of next-generation DNA cattle sequences obtained in the framework of 1000 genome projects. You will put special emphasis on the near exhaustive determination of polymorphisms in individuals sequenced for genomic selection, and on fine-mapping of segregating QTL. Desired competencies: skills in Quantitative Genetics and Population Genetics, Bioinformatics and Statistics, and High Throughput Data Analysis, good programming knowledge, basic knowledge in Genomics and effective teamwork abilities.

>>> Consult job profile

Person to contact before applying:

Didier BOICHARD

Tel: 33+ 1 34 65 21 81

E-mail: didier.boichard(at)jouy.inra.fr

Genomic selection of cattle and sustainability of livestock production

You will conduct research on multi-breed genomic selection of beef breeds using several sources of molecular information, from markers up to sequences. You will be in charge of developing methods taking advantage of larger reference populations and transposing results obtained on larger breeds, with a special emphasis on new traits to be selected for in both dairy and beef breeds. Desired competencies: skills in Quantitative Genetics and Population Genetics, Statistics and High Throughput Data Analysis, good programming knowledge, basic knowledge or interest in Animal Science, interest in operational use of research results and effective teamwork abilities.

>>> Consult job profile

Person to contact before applying:

Didier BOICHARD

Tel: 33 +1 34 65 21 81

E-mail: didier.boichard(at)jouy.inra.fr

The deadline is Tuesday 28th of February 2012

>>> Practical information
>>> The Animal Genetics Division of INRA : consult profiles
>>> INRA will recruit 51 researchers