University of Manchester
Faculty of Life Sciences
Manchester, M13 9PT
An opportunity exists for a motivated candidate to join the lab of Hilary Ashe in the Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester. The project will involve applying sophisticated cell biological, genetic and biochemical approaches to study the regulation of the Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP) signalling-responsive transcription network. This work will expand upon recent exciting discoveries revealing different tiers of regulation of this signalling pathway (Miles et al, 2008, Genes Dev 22, 2578; Wang et al, 2008, Nature 454, 72). The laboratory is located in a superbly equipped state-of-the-art institute, which provides a vibrant and exciting research-environment.
Funded by the Wellcome Trust, this position is available immediately, and tenable for 36 months.
You should hold (or expect to hold shortly) a PhD in Molecular Biology, Developmental Biology, Genetics or a closely related field with relevant experience in these areas.
How to Apply
£28,983 - £32,620 p.a.
Nature Publishing Group - 4 years ago
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