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Glenn Proctor

How we hire - part 3: The interview

January 11, 2017 / no comments / in Blog, hiring, interview, jobs, process / by Glenn Proctor

In previous posts in this series, I gave an overview of how we hire and the job advert. So, the advert’s been out for a while and we’re getting lots of interest and applications. It’s time to select some of those people for interview.

Glenn Proctor

How we hire - part 2: The job advert

December 21, 2016 / no comments / in advert, Blog, hiring, job / by Glenn Proctor
December 21, 2016 no comments in advert, Blog, hiring, job by Glenn Proctor

In part 1 I outlined some of the things we do when hiring new people to join the team at Eagle Genomics. Now let’s look at some of the things that I think about when writing a job advertisement.

Eleanor Stanley

Timesheets - why ?

Keeping track of time spent on projects and assignments should be easy, no fuss. So why does this task meet resistance?

Eleanor Stanley

What can ChIP-seq data tell us?

Gene expression is tightly regulated and controls the development and maintenance of cells within all organisms. Misregulation of genes can cause adverse effects, for example in humans this could contribute to the initiation and progression of a..

Glenn Proctor

How we hire - part 1

November 2, 2016 / no comments / in Blog, hiring, interviews, recruitment / by Glenn Proctor

Depending on when you read this blog, we may well be hiring - please check our jobs page for the latest vacancies.

Chef and DevOPs at Eagle

In my day to day work at Eagle, all of the projects I work on need tools installed. Bioinformatics tools infrequently come in one simple bundle and sometimes the dependencies can be vast and platform dependant. Here at Eagle we embrace the..

Will Spooner

Biomarker Discovery Plus

 Approach

Eagle has a proven history of discovering actionable biomarkers in complex molecular datasets. Our success is based on a flexible, disciplined and collaborative approach that puts the researcher’s scientific priorities first. This is..

Will Spooner

Answering Complex Scientific Questions

Can I reuse my data ?

As data scientists are fond of telling us, data reuse reduces time to discovery, promotes cost efficiency and ultimately leads to discoveries that would not otherwise have been made. Can organisations currently reuse their..

Will Spooner

Ensembl comparative genomics resources

Evolution provides the unifying framework with which to understand biology. The coherent investigation of genic and genomic data often requires comparative genomics analyses based on whole-genome alignments, sets of homologous genes and other..

Eleanor Stanley

Linking cancer genome resources, ICGC, TCGA and EGA.

BIOCURATION IS THE GLUE

In recent years science has moved rapidly from identifying the first genes involved in cancer (1) to characterising entire cancer genomes (2). These advances herald our understanding the molecular basis of this entire..

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