We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative Postdoctoral Research Associate to add their expertise to a team developing artificial membrane binding protein constructs for injectable cell therapies. The research programme is highly interdisciplinary and will provide the opportunity for the candidate to develop skills in fields ranging from protein design to regenerative medicine. The appointment in the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine is a three-year position and the successful candidate will be working in a dynamic multidisciplinary research team led by Prof. Adam Perriman.
As this role is a Pathway 2 (Research) role, there are no formally specified teaching duties required of the role-holder. However, other commitments permitting, the role-holder may be given development opportunities to undertake activities such as teaching on Masters and Doctoral programmes and/ or supervising MSc dissertations within the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, as appropriate.
Line manager: Adam Perriman
The following duties are an intrinsic part of the role and any offer of employment will be conditional upon satisfactory health screening by the University Occupational Health Service: