Applications are invited for an Early Stage Researcher (ESR) position (PhD studentship) to work within the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network NANOSTEM, focused on developing new nanomaterials for neural stem cells drug delivery. The ESR appointed will work under the supervision of Prof Marina Resmini in the Department of Chemistry, at Queen Mary. The project will focus on the development of polymeric nanomaterials, that will be labelled with peptides for blood brain barrier targeting and permeation studies.
We are seeking a Research Technician to work in Dr Marina Ezcurra's lab, which studies ageing and lifelong physiology in the nematode C. elegans with a focus on how host-microbiome interactions affect host ageing. The Research Technician will provide technical support to establish the growth of bacterial strains from the human microbiome and then using the strains to colonise the C. elegansintestine. The work will be based at both Queen Mary University of London and at Guy’s Hospital, King’s College London.
Applications are sought for a Zebrafish Laboratory Technician to support the ongoing work in zebrafish behavioural science in Dr Caroline Brennan’s laboratory at Queen Mary. Responsibilities for this role include providing specific technical support for experiments in zebrafish behavioural biology and learning. assisting with genotyping of fish lines and helping with data analysis and preparation of figures for scientific publications.
We are currently seeking a Postdoctoral Research Assistant to work in Dr Fabrice Caudron's research group, focussing on the mechanisms of condensation and function of several prion-like proteins in response to pheromone and during yeast replicative ageing. The ideal candidate for the position will have a PhD in cell and molecular biology, with significant experience in yeast cell biology.
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