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Opportunities for two Senior Molecular/Cell biologists
I enclose details of two current employment opportunities available
for cell signalling studies within the The Tenovus Cancer Research
Centre, Cardiff, UK. Interested parties should reply as soon as
possible, as it is intended that the posts will run from Autumn 1999.
The duration of these posts (following an initial probationary
period) will be up to 7 yrs. I would be very grateful if you could
bring this to the attention of any potentialy interested individuals.
'The Tenovus Cancer Research Centre invites applications for two
senior molecular/cell biologist positions to reinforce an existing
team of 20 graduate scientists working at the forefront of breast and
prostate cancer research. Our current studies focus on investigating
the cell signallig associated with loss of endocrine response in
these important cancer types, where their targeting and inhibition
represents an important goal of our research.
These posts have resulted from an expansion in the group following
the relocation of the Tenovus Cancer Research Centre to purpose-built
laboratories within the Welsh School of Pharmacy, a Grade 5 rated
research department in Cardiff University, one of the UK's leading
research universities. Appointments will be made on the R & A II/III
scale depending on research experience.
Applicants should have a proven track record in molecular biology
research, with particular experience in either cell signalling of
those technologies which relate to the differential expression of
mRNA and protein species within cells. Please send a curriculum vitae
to Professor R Nicholson (Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff
University, Redwood Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff
CF10 9HJ, Wales, UK or telephone +44 1222 742485 for further
Julia MW Gee
Senior Research Fellow,
Tenovus Cancer Research Centre, Cardiff, UK