Research Associate in Human Natural Killer cell biology studied with super-resolution microscopy
University of Manchester
£32,236 – £39,609 per annum
Fixed Term – starting as soon as possible until 30 September 2021
A Postdoctoral Research Position is available funded by the Wellcome Trust, to study human Natural Killer cell biology using super-resolution fluorescence microscopy.
The project will be based in Professor Dan Davis’s laboratory in The University of Manchester, to study fundamental aspects of molecular recognition by human Natural Killer cells, using super-resolution fluorescence microscopy (PALM, STORM, STED and others) as well as molecular and cell biology techniques. See for example: Science Signaling, eaal3606, (2018); J. Cell Biol, 17, 3267-3283, (2018); Current Biology, 18, 489-502, (2018); J. Cell Biol. 216,1123-1141, (2017); Lancet, 391, 2205-2206, (2018); Cell Rep. 15, 1957-72 (2016). See our lab web-page for more details:
This is an exciting opportunity to join a well-equipped multidisciplinary team studying immune cell biology in health and disease using novel and state-of-the-art microscopy. You should have a PhD or equivalent level of professional qualification and experience. Experience in immune cell biology, fluorescence microscopy or super-resolution microscopy, will be advantageous but training is available.
Enquiries about the vacancy:
• Vacancy, shortlisting and interviews: Professor Daniel M Davis, Director of Research for the Manchester Collaborative Centre for Inflammation Research at email@example.com or 0161 275 5019.
• General enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0161 275 4499.
• Technical support: email@example.com or 0161 850 2004.
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Closing date: 21 January 2019 at midnight.
The School is strongly committed to promoting equality and diversity, including the Athena SWAN charter for gender equality in higher education. The School holds a Silver Award which recognises their good practice in relation to gender; including flexible working arrangements, family-friendly policies, and support to allow staff achieve a good work-life balance. We particularly welcome applications from women for this post. Appointment will always be made on merit. For further information, please visit: https://www.bmh.manchester.ac.uk/about/equality/