|Salary:||£36,770 to £37,765|
|Placed On:||25th November 2021|
|Closes:||10th December 2021|
We are looking for a full-time postdoctoral researcher to work on an exciting new discovery science project aimed towards developing a new therapy for inherited macular degeneration at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology.
The post would suit an ambitious researcher with a experience of using pluripotent stem cells to model disease and/or CRISPR genome editing, and a commitment to high quality research that will benefit patient healthcare
The post is funded to 31 March 2024 in the first instance.
The successful applicant will have an honours degree (minimum 2:1) and a PhD in a relevant discipline (neuroscience, stem cells, biology, biochemistry). The applicant should have experience in disease modelling using stem cells and/or CRISPR cell editing, be organized, hard-working and have excellent communication skills.
The appointed post-doc will work with students and researchers at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology (including Dr Amanda Carr, Dr Emily Eden) and clinicians at Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button above.
If you have any queries regarding the vacancy please contact Dr Amanda Carr (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Latest time for the submission of applications: 23.59.
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