Reporting to the Technical Operations Manager you will be required to support and contribute to research activities in the laboratory of Dr. David Ray. Our research focuses on circadian control of lung inflammation. You will specifically work on a project seeking to understand how the circadian system operates in the lung to regulate cells of the innate immune system. As such you will support three post docs employed on the programme in studies using transgenic mice, and modern genomics techniques in models of lung inflammation.
Working hours need flexibility as the project is on circadian biology, and some night work is inevitable.
Candidates who are short-listed for interview for this position will be subject to pre-employment screening carried out on our behalf by a third party. Any subsequent offer of employment will be dependent on the candidate passing that screening. Whilst you will be required to provide express consent at a later stage, by continuing with your application now you acknowledge that you are aware that such screening will take place, and agree to take part in the process.
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Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews:
Name: Rachel Watkins
Tel: 0161 275 4499
This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date