MRC Centre for Reproductive Health

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow (re-advertisement, previous applicants need not apply)

Vacancy ref: 038963

Closing date: 15 November, 2017

This is a post-doctoral position supported by a European Research Council Grant for 2 years in first instance. The project aims to understand the disease mechanism of bone metastasis and therapy resistance with the goal of develop novel therapeutic approaches by focusing on tumour-stromal interactions. It will use a wide variety of techniques, principally conditional molecular genetics, high-end intra vital imaging and sophisticated methods for gene discovery.

Informal enquiries to Dr Binzhi Qian (binzhi.qian@ed.ac.uk)

This post is available on a fixed term basis for 2 years


Research Fellow

Vacancy ref: 040735

Closing date: 17 November, 2017

This is a post-doctoral position supported by a European Research Council Grant. The project aims to understand the disease mechanism of bone metastasis and therapy resistance with the goal of develop novel therapeutic approaches by focusing on tumour-stromal interactions. It will use a wide variety of techniques, principally conditional molecular genetics, high-end intra vital imaging and sophisticated methods for gene discovery.

Informal enquiries to Dr Binzhi Qian (binzhi.qian@ed.ac.uk)


Biobank Research Midwife

Vacancy Ref: 041446

Closing date: 27 October, 2017

This is a new part-time post available for 42 months. The post holder is required to be an autonomous, accountable Midwifery practitioner caring for women throughout childbirth i.e. pregnancy intrapartum and postnatal care. The post-holder will participate as a member of a reproductive clinical research team with primary responsibility for the identification and recruitment and consent of pregnant women and their babies to the Tommy's Reproductive Health Biobank (TRHB).

Informal enquiries to Sonia Whyte (sonia.whyte@ed.ac.uk).