Links for the datasets and the competition instructions, based on the paper “A benchmark for hypothalamus segmentation on T1-weighted MR images”.
The study will obtain genetic information from children’s brain cells using innovative technologies and will be part of the Human Cell Atlas consortium’s Pediatric Networks.
The Brazilian Institute of Neuroscience and Neurotechnology (BRAINN), located at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP/Brazil), is seeking highly motivated and analytically capable postdoctoral candidates with strong interest in genomics and integrative analytical approaches for -omics data. Funds are available for an initial 2-year period.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree, obtained in the last 4 years, with strong analytic background in one of the following areas:
- Computational Biology,
- Bioinformatics or equivalent
Programming proficiency in some language (e.g., R, Python, Perl, C, C++ or Java) and at least three scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals in the last three years are required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills (English, Portuguese or Spanish) are indispensable.
Send your CV
Please send CV and two recommendation letters to [email protected] by December 14, 2020.
BRAINN research analyzes ancestry in the genome of the population of Campinas and finds a gene related to the accumulation of glycide and lipids.
Trabalho analisa em detalhes a estruturação de tecnologias e oportunidades atuais em Neurociências e pode ser acessado gratuitamente. Confira.
BRAINN researchers Fernando Cendes and Iscia Cendes represented the University of Campinas in the event. Read more…
Epilepsy study by Brunno Campos, working under the supervision of researcher Fernando Cendes (BRAINN´s Coordinator), stands out in national awards. Read more…
Paper published on Genetics and Molecular Biology Journal is the 5th most cited since 2012, according to Web of Science data.