UK PhD Position in Bioinformatics at UMIST, Manchester

Simon Hubbard sjh at sjh.bi.umist.ac.uk
Tue Feb 8 09:44:00 EST 2000


UK PhD Position in Bioinformatics at UMIST, Manchester

NOVEL BIOINFORMATIC APPROACHES TO PROTEOME PROTEIN IDENTIFICATION

A 3 year BBSRC/EPSRC studentship in Bioinformatics is available
from October 2000 working in the group of Dr. Simon Hubbard at
UMIST, Manchester. The project will entail developing and extending
exisiting programs and tools for proteome protein identification from
mass spectrometric data. Novel data sources will be evaluated, including
non-denaturing digestions on proteins prior to analysis and the ability
to "jump-species" will be investigated. Results will be exploited in a 
new range of software for proteome protein identification. These will 
then be tested using exemplary systems where mass spectrometric data 
is already being collected here at UMIST. Examples include studies 
on the Chicken muscle proteome (Beynon group) and the protein 
phosphorylation in developmental pathways in leukaemic cell lines 
(Whetton group). The ability of the tools to routinely identify
likely protein matches will be assessed. 

For more details on the project, see http://sjh.bi.umist.ac.uk/~sjh
or email Simon.Hubbard at umist.ac.uk

Applicants should have a good first degree in a Science, which does
not necessarily contain a biological component. Applications
are particularly welcome from students with computational and/or
physical backgrounds. BBSRC/EPSRC studentships are only open to UK/EU
applicants.

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Dr. Simon Hubbard                     TEL: +44 (0)161 200 8930 
Lecturer                              FAX: +44 (0)161 236 0409
Department of Biomolecular Sciences   mailto:sjh at sjh.bi.umist.ac.uk
UMIST, PO Box 88, Manchester M60 1QD  http://sjh.bi.umist.ac.uk/~sjh





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