Contract Type: Fixed term for an initial period of 2 years
Faculty: Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health
Department: School of Medicine
Location: (Hallamshire hospital, The Sheffield Medical School)
We are seeking two outstanding early-career scientists to join the Department of Infection, Immunity and Cardiovascular disease, Sheffield Medical School. The posts are part of a 5-year British Heart Foundation Programme Grant awarded to Professor Paul C Evans. You will work in a well-connected team with world-leading reputations in the molecular and cellular mechanisms of atherosclerosis, an arterial disease that causes heart attack and stroke. Your work will focus on the role of endothelial cell plasticity in atherosclerosis.
You should have a PhD in Biological Science (or related area) and experience in molecular and cellular biology, transcriptome analysis and/or rodent models of disease. In addition, specific experience in endothelial or vascular biology, conditional genetic deletion or cell fate tracking in mice will be an advantage. This varied and dynamic role will offer you an opportunity to publish in high tier journals, give talks at international conferences and gain experience in supervising undergraduate and postgraduate research projects.
These positions are available on a full time basis for 2 years in the first instance, with the potential for a further 3 year extension.
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