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Research Associate - Hepatocyte Transplantation Team

King's College London - Department of Inflammation Biology

Location: London
Salary: £37,412 to £40,568 per annum inclusive of £3,223 London Weighting Allowance per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 18th April 2019
Closes: 19th May 2019
Job Ref: R6/0886/19-BB
 

Grade 6, £37,412 - £40,568 per annum inclusive of £3,223 London Weighting Allowance per annum

The Hepatocyte Transplantation team is working to find new cures for the treatment of children with liver diseases. The Research Assistant will undertake pre-clinical experiments that will allow the team to move research from bench to bedside, further demonstrating the commercial potential of our newly-developed treatment for acute liver failure.

We are seeking candidates with a strong experience in preclinical experiments, but also cell biology and cell culture.

Training will be given for the selected candidate to encapsulate cells and participate in the clinical/GMP isolation of primary human hepatocytes in the NIHR/Welcome Trust Cell Therapy Unit based at King's College Hospital, in Denmark Hill.

More information about our work can be found on our website: dhawanlab.org, as well as the attached Job Information pack.

This post will be a fixed-term contract for 12 months.

This is a full-time - 100 % full time equivalent.

The selection process will include a panel interview and a presentation.

   
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