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Postdoctoral Researcher - DNA Damage and Repair

Applications for this vacancy closed on 15 May 2017 at 12:00PM
We are seeking an outstanding Postdoctoral Researcher to join Dr Ramadan’s DNA
repair research group in the Department of Oncology. Dr Ramadan's research is
focused on the characterisation of DNA-protein crosslink repair (DPC) pathway.



The successful applicant will join a multidisciplinary team of scientists who
are studying basic biochemical and molecular processes in DPC repair. Current
studies of the group are focused on SPARTAN/DVC metalloprotease. The
postholder should further investigate the molecular mechanism of DPC repair
and its central component; SPARTAN/DVC metalloprotease.



You will hold, or be working towards, a PhD in biology, biomedicine or related
fields, along with good knowledge in yeast genetics. You will have robust
experience in genetics and microscopy. You will have a publication record of
primary scientific papers in a high-impact factor international journal.



This is a full-time post offered until March 2020.



All applicants must complete a short application form and upload a CV and
supporting statement.



The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 15 May 2017.

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We are seeking an outstanding Postdoctoral Researcher to join Dr Ramadan’s DNA repair research group in the Department of Oncology. Dr Ramadan's research is focused on the characterisation of DNA-protein crosslink repair (DPC) pathway.


The successful applicant will join a multidisciplinary team of scientists who are studying basic biochemical and molecular processes in DPC repair. Current studies of the group are focused on SPARTAN/DVC metalloprotease. The postholder should further investigate the molecular mechanism of DPC repair and its central component; SPARTAN/DVC metalloprotease.


You will hold, or be working towards, a PhD in biology, biomedicine or related fields ...

We are seeking an outstanding Postdoctoral Researcher to join Dr Ramadan’s DNA
repair research group in the Department of Oncology. Dr Ramadan's research is
focused on the characterisation of DNA-protein crosslink repair (DPC) pathway.



The successful applicant will join a multidisciplinary team of scientists who
are studying basic biochemical and molecular processes in DPC repair. Current
studies of the group are focused on SPARTAN/DVC metalloprotease. The
postholder should further investigate the molecular mechanism of DPC repair
and its central component; SPARTAN/DVC metalloprotease.



You will hold, or be working towards, a PhD in biology, biomedicine or related ...
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