Data Manager position in NMBU Oslo, Norway (2.5yrs).

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Natalie Stanford

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Jun 8, 2018, 9:57:03 AM6/8/18
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Dear all,

One of our partners in Digital Life Norway has an opening for a data manger at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in Oslo, Norway. More information available below. Informal enquiries should be made to jon...@gmail.com

Please also send on to any members of your network who you think may be interested in the position.

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Senior Advisor (2.5 yr) in Data Management for the Digital Salmon – Ref.no 18/03082

Required qualifications: PhD or MSc in relevant field of bioinformatics, systems biology, informatics, librarianship, or similar.

The Data Manager will be associated with the project “Towards the Digital Salmon: from a reactive to a pre-emptive research strategy in aquaculture (DigiSal)“. The project is part of the national consortium for biotechnology, Centre for Digital Life Norway, and a partner in the FAIRDOM foundation for scientific data management according to the FAIR principles: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable. Main tasks:
  • Help design the architecture of the Digital Salmon knowledge base, in close interaction with the researchers that will contribute to and benefit from the knowledge base, and with partners that provide technical solutions. Users include bioinformaticians and wet-lab researchers who generate omics data and microscopy images, and systems biologists who develop physiological models e.g. of salmon metabolism.
  • Be our contact point with the FAIRDOM consortium, benefitting from community support and training in cutting-edge tools and workflows, and contributing to FAIRDOM’s future development.
  • Be involved on the national level in Digital Life Norway’s development of data and model management.

Thanks,
Natalie
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Natalie J Stanford, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher,
Systems Biology.
University of Manchester, UK.
t: +44 (0) 161 275 0145

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