Tag Archives: Columbia University

RNA-Seq identifies microexons

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The importance of RNA splicing in numerous cellular processes is well established. However, an underappreciated aspect is the ability of the spliceosome to recognize a set of very small (3-30 nucleotide, 1-10 amino acid) exons named microexons...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Associate Research Scientist

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Requisition Number: 0007907 Field(s) of Specialization: Position Title: Associate Research Scientist Department: 7574- JSB C2B2 Department Number: 757400X Location: Medical Center Summary Description Columbia University is looking for a highly motivated scientist to lead the analysis of large-scale genome and ...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Staff Associate

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Summary Description The Judith Sulzberger Genome Center at the Columbia University Medical Center is seeking a Staff Associate. This position will be in our next generation sequencing core, with emphasis on single cell RNA sequencing. The lab is fast growing, ...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Scientific Programmer

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Job Description Columbia University is looking for a highly motivated data analyst to establish analytical protocols of large-scale cancer genome sequencing effort to improve personalized cancer care. The effort is a critical part of cancer precision medicine initiative at Columbia ...

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Integrating transcriptome and genome sequencing

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A practical webinar highlighting genetic data integration approaches featuring Dr. Tuuli Lappalainen. Explore the power of genome and transcriptome data integration, expand your understanding of genetic variants, and map future research applications. In this video you will learn how: Combining ...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Chief Technician

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Columbia University Job Description We seek an experienced Chief Technician to work closely with the Principal Investigator, Post Docs and Students in designing, carrying out, and coordinating research in the laboratory. Research in the A. Sepulveda laboratory is centered on ...

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