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Postdoctoral Research Associate in Cancer Immunology - Grade 7

University of Liverpool - Department of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology

Location: Liverpool
Salary: £34,805 to £40,322 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 16th June 2020
Closes: 16th July 2020
Job Ref: 019830

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Institute of Translational Medicine

A Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available in the Centre for Drug Safety Science, Department of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, Institute of Translational Medicine. The position is associated with a recently awarded Northwest Cancer Research (NWCR) grant to study the role of soluble isoform of checkpoint receptor CTLA-4 in immune homeostasis, cancer immune regulation and its utility as a biomarker for drug toxicity. We are seeking motivated and skilled individual who is prepared to take a leading role in advancing project from both an experimental and intellectual standpoint. You should have a PhD in immunology, molecular biology, cancer biology, biomedicine or a closely related area. You should have broad knowledge of cancer immunology with high level skills in cell culture, molecular assays, flow cytometry, microscopy and immunohistochemistry. Experience in vivo models with a valid Home Office licence would be beneficial. The post is available for 3 years.

For full details and to apply online, please visit: recruit.liverpool.ac.uk

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