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Senior Research Associate

University of East Anglia - School of Biological Science

Location: Norwich
Salary: £34,304 to £40,927 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 11th October 2021
Closes: 28th October 2021
Job Ref: RA1907

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral Senior Research Associate within the laboratory of Dr Alper Akay at the University of East Anglia. Our laboratory aims to unravel the function of RNA modifications during animal development, develop new methodologies for identifying modified RNAs and study the interaction between cellular metabolism and RNA modifications. Our laboratory is funded by a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship. 
This is an exciting position for a PDRA who is interested in developing a research area based on their skills and experience and contribute to our broader aims. The position is open to those who already hold a PhD or will soon obtain their PhD.  
The post holder needs to bring with them enthusiasm, self-drive, the ability to work independently and within a team, and be interested in developing new methods. You also need to fulfil all of the essential criteria in the person specification and to be able to travel both within the UK and Internationally.
This full-time position is available immediately until 31st December 2023. 
Closing Date:   Thursday 28 October 2021
The University is a Silver Institutional Athena Swan Award holder and aims to make its first submission to the Race Equality Charter in 2022.
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