FIMM employs nearly 300 researchers and scientific support personnel in an international and inclusive environment. The majority of our staff have a degree in biology, biochemistry, bioinformatics, or medicine. FIMM offers an exciting opportunity to work at the forefront of science and technology to improve human health and well-being. We are a dynamic and highly motivated organization with a friendly, flexible, and supportive working culture.
The Computational Systems Medicine group led by Tero Aittokallio is looking for a Postdoctoral Researcher with strong computational and analytical skills and an interest in implementing and applying machine learning and network-based approaches for AI-based drug repurposing and drug combination predictions, through analysing and integrating multi-omics data from pre-clinical and clinical resources.
The group focuses on developing and applying integrated computational-experimental approaches to tackle biomedical questions, such as how genes function as interaction networks to carry out and regulate cellular processes, how perturbations in these networks contribute to complex traits, such as human diseases, and where and how in the disease network one should target to optimally inhibit disease phenotypes, such as tumour growth or metastasis.
The candidate will be working closely with the EU-funded REMEDi4ALL consortium. The position will offer an excellent vantage point in the rapidly developing field of drug repurposing.
The University of Helsinki is extensively involved in national and international research infrastructures. International researchers choose the University of Helsinki for its excellent reputation in the most competed and esteemed grants such as ERC grants, honours and prizes awarded to our researchers. Arrival and family support will be arranged to employees from abroad for their transition to work and life in Finland.