|Salary:||£27,830 to £32,236 per annum|
|Placed On:||11th September 2019|
|Closes:||25th September 2019|
Closing Date: 23.59 hours BST on Wednesday 25 September 2019 (unless otherwise stated)
We are seeking a qualified MSc graduate who will be responsible for developing and implementing a new approach to IVF termed, ‘Embryo Endometrial Dialogue (EED)’, for the diagnosis of genetic disease in human embryos to clinical application for the London Women’s Clinic. The Company is one of the leading centres for infertility treatment and women’s health services in Britain.
The successful applicant will be based at the Company’s premises (at the Bridge Centre, St Thomas St) and would work closely with the support and guidance of academic experts within the Griffin lab at the University of Kent. This is an exciting opportunity to work at a senior level with leading consultants and clinicians in developing this unique service.
The role will enable London Women’s Clinic to offer EED to their own patients as well as offering specialist diagnosis and analytical skills to clinics worldwide.
The position offers an opportunity to become skilled in the development of PGD, working with clinicians, technicians, counsellors and academics to bring a process called Karyomapping to market. The position also provides an excellent opportunity to develop project management and interpersonal skills within an exciting, fast-paced and dynamic clinical environment.
This role is offered as part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnerships scheme on a full time basis for a fixed term period for 28 months.
As KTP Associate you will:
To be successful in this role you will have:
The School of Biosciences is a part of the University’s Faculty of Science, and teaches undergraduate degree programmes in Biochemistry, Biology and Biomedical Sciences. Research projects are also undertaken in the same disciplines. The laboratory research interests of the School include:
Interviews are to be confirmed
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