|Salary:||£45,737 to £57,723 per annum|
|Placed On:||29th March 2023|
|Closes:||25th April 2023|
Interview Date: To be confirmed
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Cancer biologist with a focus on pharmacogenomics and computational biology to join a dynamic multidisciplinary team involved with the development of novel tumour-selective therapeutics. The ICT has an international reputation for translational research leading to the identification of novel therapies. The Institute is housed in a self-contained purpose-built facility with dedicated resources for tumour biology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, target validation, drug analysis and proteomics. See www.bradford.ac.uk/ict for further information.
The successful applicant will make a scholarly contribution to research, teaching and knowledge exchange in Cancer Biology with a focus on Cancer Pharmacogenomics and Computational Biology including in silico Drug Modelling that are relevant to the University strategy and the sub-strategies of Research & Innovation Strategy and Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Strategy.
You will have a PhD in a related discipline, with proven research expertise in the cancer biology and pharmacogenomics area.
Salary will be in the range £45,737 - £59,450 dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Informal enquiries to Professor Sherif El-Khamisy (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr Steve Shnyder (email@example.com).
In return we offer:
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