Institute of Hepatology, London
Foundation for Liver Research
Posts available: Post-doctoral Scientist in Epigenetic Mechanisms of NAFLD (ref: RS33a)
Research Assistant in gene and epigenome interactions in NAFLD patients (ref: RS33b)
Employer: Foundation for Liver Research (RCN1134579)
Location: Institute of Hepatology, 111 Coldharbour Lane, London SE5 9NT
Postdoctoral Scientist (RS33a) Research Assistant (RS33b)
Salary range: £34,960 – £36,440 £31,883 – £34,525
(including London allowance) (including London allowance)
Duration: 3 years in the first instance 18 months in the first instance
The Foundation for Liver Research is seeking two enthusiastic, flexible and committed scientists to explore the role of genetics and epigenetics in NAFLD in cell-line and mouse models as well as patient samples. Applications are invited from postdoctoral, clinical and technical scientists with a proven scientific interest and publication track record in this area. The post holders will be required to interact with Institute staff to achieve high quality research, and to participate in educational programmes within the Institute.
The positions will be based at the Institute of Hepatology, London, which is an interdisciplinary independent research facility based in a new state-of-the-art building on the King’s College London/King’s College Hospital campus in south east London at Denmark Hill.
For further details and Job Descriptions:
Informal enquiries to: Dr Neil Youngson: firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for this post please send a 1-page covering letter explaining your background and suitability for our team, together with a detailed CV describing your research experience to date and including names and contact details of two referees, one of whom is the current/most recent employer, to:
Natalie Day, Chief Administrative Officer email@example.com
Institute of Hepatology, London, 111 Coldharbour Lane, London SE5 9NT
Please quote Job Ref: RS33a (Postdoc post) or RS33b (Research Assistant)
Due to current UK immigration restrictions the Foundation can only accept applications from EU nationals and individuals with existing permission to work in the UK.
May 2019 – until positions filled