Research Fellow in Pharmacology Ref 10206
School/department: Sussex Drug Discovery Centre, School of Life Sciences
Hours: Full or part time considered up to a maximum of 1 FTE, core hours 10am-4pm. Requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
Location: Brighton, United Kingdom
Contract: fixed term 12 months
Salary: Starting at £35,333 to £42,155 per annum, pro rata if part time.
Placed on: 22nd November 2022.
Closing date: 12 December 2022. Applications must be received by midnight of the closing date.
Expected Interview date: To be confirmed
Expected start date: January 2023
The School of Life Sciences at the University of Sussex is at the forefront of research in the UK. In the recent Research Excellence Framework assessment (REF 2021), 100% of our Impact cases in Biological Sciences and Chemistry were rated as world-leading or internationally excellent. The School has received substantial recent University investment and is embarking on an exciting and extensive, muti-million pound refurbishment and improvement project.
The Sussex Drug Discovery Centre (SDDC) wishes to recruit a talented pharmacology or cell biology research fellow for a commercially funded project co-led by Prof Roger Corder (Visiting Professor, University of Sussex) and Prof John Spencer, director of SDDC. The position is fixed term and offers a leading role within a multi-disciplinary team of drug discovery scientists. The post will involve studies of the mechanism action of polyphenols on endothelial cells using in-house isolated, purified and modified molecules of interest, target identification studies, preparation of samples for proteomics studies, confocal microscope investigations of labelled analogues and siRNA studies.
This is a unique opportunity to join a research group working in a multidisciplinary environment on an exciting and emerging area of natural product-inspired research. An overview of research within SDDC can be found at http://www.sussex.ac.uk/sddc/index
The University of Sussex values the diversity of its staff and students and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds
The School of Life Sciences is committed to increasing the diversity of its staff and providing an inclusive working environment. The School currently holds an Athena SWAN Silver Award, has developed a Race Equity Action Plan and hosts an active Equality, Diversity and Inclusion working group.
Applications are particularly welcomed from Black and minority ethnic candidates, and women, trans and non-binary candidates, who are under-represented in the School of Life Sciences.
Applications to posts from candidates who wish to work part-time or as job-sharers are welcome. The University offers various schemes to provide real benefits to parents, these can be found at Family Friendly Policies
Potential candidates are strongly encouraged to make informal contact with Prof John Spencer J.Spencer@sussex.ac.uk before applying.
You can find out more about our values and our EDI Strategy, Inclusive Sussex, on our webpages.
The University requires that work undertaken for the University is performed from the UK.
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