|Salary:||£34,273 to £37,180 plus benefits|
|Placed On:||11th September 2023|
|Closes:||9th October 2023|
This post has been created as part of a multidisciplinary project funded by the Wellcome Trust to investigate the neuro-immune-stromal interactions in response to environmental change and how this drives allergic airway inflammation and remodelling.
Environmental factors such as pollutants and pathogens are instigators of injury and contribute to asthma severity, but it is unclear how and why the body’s response to such exogenous stimuli remains aberrant in asthmatics. To investigate this further, the post holder will help develop clinically relevant in vitro systems to model the epithelial mucosal barrier, underlying stromal cells and immune effector cells and assess their response to environmental triggers.
The post holder will also provide a range of technical support to our research programme. This will involve a variety of in vivo and in vitro techniques to evaluate the cells and molecules involved in the development of airway remodelling, as well as in vivo measurement of airway function.
Under the overall direction and supervision of the line manager the post holder will gain experience and apply and extend his/her knowledge of relevant laboratory techniques. The post holder will also be expected to undertake general laboratory duties (https://lloydlab.co.uk).
Duties & Responsibilities
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