Master thesis proposal - Paula Duque (ICG) and Ana Margarida Fortes (BioISI)

Submitted by bioisidirector… on Fri, 03/17/2017 - 12:13

Ana Margarida Fortes and her team are applying functional genomics to the study of grape ripening and biotic stress responses in grapevine. They are using transcriptomic, metabolomic and transgenic approaches to understand biotic stress response in wine grape together with the investigation of the promoters of the genes involved in resistance. They are also interested in the identification of regulatory or structural genes controlling grape development and ripening as a way to improve grape quality traits.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship - Cystic Fibrosis Research and Development Program - Ohio

Submitted by bioisidirector… on Fri, 03/10/2017 - 15:04

Laboratories of Professors Ann Harris and Mitchell Drumm and collaborators at Cystic Fibrosis Research and Development Program Departments of Genetics and Genome Sciences and Pediatrics - Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, are currently seeking to recruit outstanding post-doctoral fellows for their advanced training programs in research areas related to the genetics, genomics and physiology of CF. There are additional opportunities for translational research and topics of personalized medicine.

BioSys 2017 Edition (2nd Call) - Last Days for BioSYS Applications

Submitted by bioisidirector… on Fri, 01/06/2017 - 11:32

Applications are Open for Two BioSys projects in the field of  Systems Biology, Informatics and Biothecnology

 

1. Systems-wide Identification of Cystic Fibrosis Disease Map 

Supervisor: André Falcão (BioISI) |  Co-supervisors: Margarida Amaral (BioISI) and Alexander Mazein (SGBN-European Institute for Systems Biology and Medicine)

BioSys 2017 Edition (2nd Call) - Last Days for BioSYS Applications

Submitted by bioisidirector… on Wed, 01/04/2017 - 12:43

Applications are Open for Two BioSys projects in the field of  Systems Biology, Informatics and Biothecnology

2.  Identification of biotechnological potential on genomic nonfunctionalized orthologs elements

Supervisor: Ricardo Dias (BioISI) | Co-supervisor: Christopher Henry (Argonne National Laboratory - US)

BioISI

Submitted by bioisidirector… on Thu, 02/18/2016 - 15:38

BioISI is a new institute, merging 3 research centres (BioFIG, CFMC, LabMAg) officially created in January 2015 to understand and address biological questions using integrative -Systems- approaches at the forefront of life sciences research at both national and international scales.