The University of Edinburgh is looking for an interested candidate for the position of Post Doctoral Fellow who has theoretical and practical knowledge in cell biology.
- in haematology, stem or related field
- Theoretical and practical knowledge in stem and niche
- Solid research experience with good postdoctoral research in the stem /haematology field
- Strong background in hypoxia signalling pathways
- Expertise in approaches including primary cell culture, flow , and niche cell immunohistochemistry
- Expertise in approaches including gene expression analysis (using the single-cell Fluidigm platform or similar), chromatin immunoprecipitation, , and molecular cloning
- Home Office Personal Licence or the UK Module 1-4 training or equivalent
- Ability to communicate complex information clearly, orally and in writing
- Ability to train and supervise junior members of the staff (e.g. MRes students, technicians)
- The ability to conduct research projects semi-independently
- Expertise in complex mouse genetics (including husbandry, large colony maintenance, genotyping, phenotype analysis)
- Ability to take the lead on writing papers for publication in peer-reviewed journals and deciding on appropriate journals with the PI
- Ability to collaborate with colleagues and participate in team meetings/discussions and departmental research group activities
- Ability to take the lead on the planning & organising of different aspects relating to the project(s)
- Ability to identify potential sources of funding and making applications.
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- To conduct high quality research projects investigating the role of hypoxia signalling pathways within stem cell niches in leukaemic stem cell functions. To genetically dissect hypoxia sensing and signalling in stem cell niches. To conduct original research (under the supervision of the PI) and produce material for high impact publications, grant proposals and dissemination.
- Conduct and facilitate a programme of research investigating metabolic pathways regulating normal and leukaemic stem cell functions. Produce high quality data for publications and presentations. Deliver core elements of the research programme
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date records to document the research progress. Take a lead role in writing up data for publication. Present data at group meetings, section meetings, and conferences to make data available for other workers. Regularly report the progress to the PI/other members of the research team. Presentation of research findings at national and international level.
- Contribute to the dissemination and publication of own/research team’s research findings as indicated by the PI.
- To prepare research proposals and applications to external funding bodies based on a line of future research.
- To continually update knowledge and understanding in the field or specialism, and update skill base within the defined research area.
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