Research Assistant

Imperial College London - Department of Surgery and Cancer, Faculty of Medicine

St. Mary’s and South Kensington Campuses

This post is funded by the Newton Fund, to conduct laboratory research investigating the role of metabonomic biomarkers in liver cancer development. The post holder will undertake work on other sites involved in this collaborative study as outlined in (National Liver Unit, Egypt).

Applicants should describe how they meet the essential criteria, as outlined in the person specification but in particular, have attained a MBBS, MRCP or equivalent as well as comprehensive knowledge  of Hepatology as applied to Egypt and metabonomics in Hepatocellular Carcinoma. 

In addition applicants should be experienced with NMR spectroscopy, Liquid chromatography, Mass spectroscopy and the use of R, MATLAB and SIMCA for statistical analysis of biological datasets. The successful candidate should have substantial experience of hepatitis C research and its requirements in Egypt.

The post is full time, fixed term for 5 months, until 30 September 2018.

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