We seek a highly motivated postdoctoral scientist to study the effect of small molecules that target RNA on pathways affecting cancer. You must be motivated and have a proven track-record of working independently, with a PhD in a relevant subject.
The successful candidate will be someone with experience with CRISPR, human cell culture, molecular biology and omics. Expertise in epigenetics or RNA biology, a working experience in a drug discovery programme in cancer, and experience with transcriptomic and proteomic analysis is highly advantageous. Some experience in bacterial and viral systems would be a positive. This position will be supervised by Tony Kouzarides at the Gurdon Institute.
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 2 years in the first instance.
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