Do you want to conduct research in mathematical and computational biology, embedded in a world-leading centre for regenerative medicine? Do you want to help us unravel the complex interplay of wound healing and inflammation?
If you have computational and analytical skills and interest in mathematical modelling of biological systems, apply here: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BWC250/research-fellow-associate-in-computational-biology
You will develop a computational framework for Bayesian inference and mathematical modelling of immune cell behaviour in wound response. We want to create the analysis software as an open-source resource, and use this to analyse new experimental data. We envision that the resulting toolset will be extensible to collaboration with multiple experimental systems.
Informal enquiries can be directed to Dr Linus Schumacher, Linus.Schumacher@ed.ac.uk.
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