Fixed term contract (available now until 30th September 2019); Full time preferred
Salary: Grade 5 – £25,482/ year
Deadline for applications: 10th March 2019
A Brain Tumour Research-sponsored research assistant position for a motivated scientist is available in the laboratory of Dr. Claudia Barros at the Peninsula School of Medicine of the University of Plymouth, UK. You will be responsible to provide research support to a project focused on the characterization of identified novel target genes potentially involved in brain tumour initiation and growth, and contribute to laboratory maintenance. The work includes molecular biology, cellular and biochemical techniques, such as gene loss and gain of function assays in vivo and in vitro, RT-qPCR, immunochemistry, western-blotting and confocal imaging. It makes use of Drosophila as in vivo model and human brain tumour cell lines and tissues. A relevant 1st class or minimum 2:1 (or equivalent) Bachelor degree is required. A postgraduate Research degree or extended related research experience may be preferred. Experience in as many of the mentioned techniques is desired. Reliability, organisation, ability to multitask and collaborate with team members are essential.
Please include in your application a brief cover letter detailing suitability, experience and interest, an academic CV and ensure that at least one academic reference is received.
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