Research Associate in Glycosciences

Research Associate in Glycosciences

Imperial College London (ICL)

London, United Kingdom

Job Title: Research Associate in Glycosciences

Department/Division/Faculty: Department of Surgery and Cancer, Institute of Reproductive and Developmental Biology, Glycosciences Laboratory, Faculty of Medicine

Salary: £37,094 – £45,547 per annum

Campus: Hammersmith Campus

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral Research Associate to join the Glycosciences Laboratory directed by Professor Ten Feizi, at the Hammersmith Campus of Imperial College.

The post, funded by the Imperial College March of Dimes Centre award, is to study, by approaches that include Beam Search glycan arrays, the interactions of microbiota of the lower reproductive tract with the epithelial mucins and their glycans in relation to predisposition to pre-term birth.

Applicants should hold a PhD or equivalent qualification or have equivalent experience in biochemistry, carbohydrate chemistry or glycobiology, ideally with hands-on experience in glycan separation methodologies. Previous experience in immunochemistry, glycan microarray and microbiology is advantageous.

The post is full-time and fixed-term until 31 March 2022.

Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Ten Feizi at or Dr Yan Liu at

Reference number: MED01109

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Research Associate in Glycosciences