A Postdoctoral Research Assistant position is available in Dr Viji Draviam's group to work on how human cells maintain chromosome numbers. This research position will focus on the characterisation of the molecular mechanism by which human cells capture chromosomes along the lateral walls of microtubules and how these laterally bound chromosomes are transported to the ends of microtubules.
We're recruiting a Postdoctoral Researcher with expertise in the analysis of epigenetic and genetic data to work on existing data from a NIH-funded international study aimed at investigating the biological pathways of psychological risk and resilience in Syrian refugee children. The role will be supervised by Head of the Department of Psychology Professor Michael Pluess.
We are seeking Expressions of Interest from researchers who would like to apply to the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions Individual Fellowship scheme, with a host supervisor in the QMUL School of Biological and Chemical Sciences. This is a prestigious EC funding scheme which supports research, mobility, career development, training and networking in Europe and beyond. Learn more below.
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