Graduate Research Assistant
University of Oxford 18 reviews - South East

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Project: Signalling pathways in cardiogenesis University of Oxford - Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine

Grade 6: Salary £25,751 - £30,747 p.a.

We are looking for a highly motivated graduate research assistant with a BSc and/or MSc in a relevant discipline, an interest in cell signalling, ideally with experience in cell culture, molecular cloning, transfections, cell-based luciferase assays, siRNA techniques (including high-throughput screening), and microscopy. The candidate will work together with a postdoctoral fellow on cell signalling pathways (e.g. BMP, WNT, HH, NOTCH, FGF) that are important in heart formation using cell-based assays.

The post is available from 1 June 2011 for up to five years, and is funded by a British Heart Foundation Program Grant Award to Professor Shoumo Bhattacharya. Our laboratory ( ) is located at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, which provides an outstanding working environment, with excellent core facilities and opportunities for interactions.

Further particulars, which detail the application procedure, should be obtained from the website at .

The closing date for applications is 18 February 2011.
Interviews will be held on Friday 4 March 2011.

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Date of input: Sunday, 16 January 2011

Date of expiry: Friday, 18 February 2011

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£25,751 to £30,747

South East England

Type / Role:
Academic or Research

Subject Area:
Biological Sciences


Molecular Biology and Biophysics


Other Biological Sciences

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