|Salary:||£30,696 to £35,913 UCL Grade 6, per annum, inclusive of London Allowance|
|Placed On:||4th October 2022|
|Closes:||18th October 2022|
Interview Date: TBC
Full time, Fixed Term: The post is initially for one year with the opportunity to extend this.
A position for a technician is available in the group led by Dr Rob Sellar focusing on Leukaemia biology and targeted protein degradation. We are seeking a highly motivated research technician, with extensive experience in primary cell culture and molecular biology. The main objective of the post will be to help create, maintain, and interrogate the lines. The post will also involve using DNA encoded drug libraries to identify new base molecules for targeted protein degraders. The post is initially for one year with the opportunity to extend this.
Successful candidates must have a BSc degree or equivalent in subject relevant to research activity (biology/life sciences), have practical experience of applying specialist skills and techniques required for the role, wet bench work experience in basic techniques such as PCR and/or tissue culture in an academic research laboratory.
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