Research Associate - Mechanisms of Cell Competition

University of Bristol
Bristol, United Kingdom
£33,797 - £38,017
May 02, 2021
May 06, 2021
Organization Type
University and College
Full Time
The role

You will work in the Piddini group and study the mechanisms of cell competition using established models in Drosophila .

What will you be doing?

You will be part of a collegiate and enthusiastic team and both work in team-led projects and lead your own project. Your work will be both experimental and computational. In addition to carrying out research, you will help with general lab duties, such as ordering or equipment maintenance. You will also be involved in supervising and training graduate and undergraduate students and postdoctoral colleagues.

You should apply if

You have extensive experience with Drosophila as model system and are fluent in Drosophila genetics. Your background is in cell signaling and cell communication. You have extensive experience with live imaging of Drosophila tissues. You have good image analysis skills and a PhD (or soon to be awarded) in Cell and/or Developmental Biology or related discipline.

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Eugenia Piddini ( ).

We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.

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