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|−|FlyBase seeks a full-time biocurator to join the existing group at the University of Cambridge, UK (http://www.gen.cam.ac.uk/research/flybase.html) . If you are looking for a fulfilling, fly-related career away from the bench, and enjoy the challenge of organizing complex data and presenting it clearly and concisely, then this is the job for you! |+|
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primary responsibility of the FlyBase -Cambridge site is to identify genetic data from scientific articles concerning Drosophila and to record these data in a systematic manner. The data we capture include all genetic objects ( genes, alleles, transgenic constructs, etc.) plus associated information such as phenotypes, genetic interactions, gene product functions and models of human disease. Curated data are subsequently integrated into the FlyBase database and made freely available via our website. |+|
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|−|Established staff also: research strategies to improve data curation; work with other FlyBase sites to improve data display/querying on the website; interact with our user community by answering HelpMail and giving presentations/workshops at research conferences; have the opportunity to develop programming skills; contribute to FlyBase publications. |+|
with FlyBase to the with the to develop to .
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|−|* a biological sciences degree | |
|−|* post-graduate research experience using Drosophila | |
|−|* the ability to identify and organize specified data | |
|−|* be able to work efficiently (i. e both quickly and accurately) | |
|−|* good communication skills, including excellent written and spoken English | |
|−|* strong self-motivation as well as the ability to work in a team | |
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|−|Useful skills/experience include: |+|
|−|* familiarity with databases | |
|−|* familiarity with ontologies | |
|−|* programming | |
|−|* annotation/curation experience | |
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|−|To apply, please visit: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/ 6924/ |+|
Revision as of 21:42, 24 July 2020
AWS DevOps Engineer (Indiana University site)
The FlyBase group at Indiana University has a position available for a Research Associate specializing in Developer Operations (DevOps).
The selected candidate will be responsible for working with the FlyBase web development group to create, maintain and extend all aspects of the public interface of FlyBase. Responsibilities to include administration of Amazon Web Services infrastructure (installing, configuring, monitoring, networking, security, backups, optimizing, documenting, etc.), helping to design, implement, run, and maintain ETL pipelines, and working with the development team to improve or develop new solutions to meet project goals.
BA or BS in Computer Science or a related field and at least 2 years of AWS and Linux experience required.
Must also have experience with scripting languages such as Python, Perl, Bash, etc. Applicant must be well organized, detail-oriented, have strong interpersonal skills, and be able to work effectively independently and on a team.
For details and to apply click here
Drosophila Neuroanatomy Biocurator (Cambridge, UK)
We are seeking to recruit a Drosophila Neuroanatomy Biocurator to join our team at the University of Cambridge. The post is suitable for those with an undergraduate degree (Research Assistant level) or post-PhD (Research Associate level).
The post holder will contribute to two Drosophila databases: Virtual Fly Brain (VFB; http://virtualflybrain.org) and FlyBase (http://flybase.org/). If you are looking for a fulfilling, fly-related career away from the bench, and enjoy the challenge of organising complex data and presenting it clearly and concisely, then this is the job for you!
Virtual Fly Brain is a resource that helps Drosophila neuroscientists map and visualize neuronal circuits, and find the experimental reagents to manipulate the circuits to reveal their role in perception, learning, memory and complex behaviours. The successful applicant will aid this process in three ways: 1) by annotating the expression of Gal4 drivers within the adult brain, using data from large scale datasets and the primary research literature; 2) assisting in the integration of connectomics data and single-cell RNA sequencing datasets; and 3) leading the effort to assess the functionality of improvements to the website, by recruiting members of the local neuroscience community and working with them and other VFB members to perform usability testing of the website. Much of the curated data will also be integrated into FlyBase, the primary community resource for Drosophila genetic, genomic and functional data.
Closing date: 14th February 2020
More details and how to apply info: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/24711/