Postdoctoral Research Scientist
We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated scientist with expertise in lymphocyte biology who will develop a scientific project defining new molecular mechanisms of lymphocyte development. In particular, our research programme seeks an individual who will utilise cutting-edge technologies for understanding signal transduction.
The research project will focus on the ZFP36 family of RNA Binding proteins that we have recently found to have key roles in lymphocyte development and function. The lab benefits from a wide range of scientific facilities and services, including Flow cytometry, Illumina sequencing, Proteomics, Bioinformatics and Transgenic facilities.
The successful candidate will join Dr Martin Turner’s team and will participate in an active programme of group and departmental meetings/seminars and will have the opportunity to attend scientific conferences as appropriate.
A PhD in Molecular Biology or Immunology combined with a strong background in Molecular Biology is essential.
Funding for the post is available for up to three years in the first instance.
Full details of the position can be found here.
Starting salary is £30,751 per annum to £34,166 per annum depending on experience.
On applying please quote reference WT-MT-LTC
Closing date for completed applications is Tuesday 24 April 2018.
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