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Pedro Beltrao
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A postdoc and technician positions available in the group to work in yeast genetics (in Germany)
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I had mentioned previously that we should do a better job of using the web to describe our group and work. As part of this effort I will try to have a recurrent blog post series to introduce the lab members more extensively. ...
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Another year comes to an end. My thoughts on the second year managing a research group.
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It is not recent news that AAAS will start a digital open access multidisciplinary journal. It is called Science Advances and it will be the 4th journal of the AAAS family of journals. As I have described in the past this is ...
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Group leader positions in bioinformatics at the Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway. Looks like it will be well funded.
We expect to hire one new principal investigator through this call and particularly encourage international applicants. The successful candidate is expected to initiate a new independent research program integrating bioinformatics and experimental science with a clear relevance to molecular ...
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What would you answer if someone were to ask you this simple question - What makes you happy ? Here is a compilation of some answers.
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 Apparently, Scientific Reports has sent out emails to their editorial board members about an upcoming trial for a new peer-review track. The email is available this link for now. According to the email: "a selection of autho...
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If peer-review is a fundamental aspect of how science is done then we in academia are required to act as reviewers as part of our jobs. I assume there is no real argument as to if peer-review is needed. Instead one can argue ...
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Last Friday I heard the amazing news that a our group will be awarded an ERC starting grant to support our ongoing studies of the function and evolution of protein phosphorylation. I will write more about this soon. I also go...
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Funding opportunities to work with our group
I interrupt this long blogging hiatus to point out two potential postdoc fellowship opportunities to work with our group at the EMBL-EBI. One is the EIPOD program that is an EMBL wide interdisciplinary program. For this fello...
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Call for a research group leader position at the EMBL-EBI
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"The way to succeed is to get born at the right time and in the right place. If you can do that then you are bound to succeed. You have to be receptive and have some talent as well." S Brenner
I recently had the privilege of speaking with Professor Sydney Brenner, a professor of Genetic medicine at the University of Cambridge and Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine in 2002. I had originally intended to ask him about Professor Frederick Sanger, the two-time Nobel Prize winner ...
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  • EMBL-EBI
    Group Leader, 2013 - present
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I am currently interested in studying the evolution of cell signalling systems in fungal species. More generally I am interested in understanding how changes at the DNA level can result in phenotypic changes with an impact on fitness (www.evocellnet.com).

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