Postdoctoral Researcher Functional Genomics

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Postdoctoral Researcher with experience in Functional Genomics to work at the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute, University of Oxford. The successful candidate will work on projects spanning basic and clinical investigations, resulting in high profile collaborative publications. A key member of a recently formed Bioinformatics Hub, they will provide functional genomics expertise to support principal investigators and groups in the Institute.

Ben George

Ben’s research focuses on improving patient outcomes from radiotherapy treatments. This includes the use of advanced techniques such as protons and treatment adaption using functional MRI imaging.

Clinical Trials Laboratory Technician (2 posts)

The Sample Handling Laboratory in the Cancer and Haematology Centre, Churchill Hospital, Oxford processes patient samples from cancer clinical trials. The role of the postholder is to take receipt of and process clinical samples according to defined laboratory protocols. This will involve several techniques including centrifugation of blood samples, separation of plasma/serum and also of white cells for analysis at other laboratories.

IT Support Officer

This role forms part of a small team of IT professionals, providing local IT desktop, server and application support to staff and students within the Department.
You will be responsible for a range of IT related tasks and will work closely with members of the Department and with external IT colleagues. You will ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget and will use initiative to problem solve, and implement improvements to current working methods.

Postdoctoral Researcher

We have an exciting opportunity for a Postdoctoral Researcher to join the Group headed by Professor Anne Kiltie.
You will be part of an enthusiastic research team investigating the role of DNA damage signalling and DNA repair to develop new radiotherapy-based treatments and to identify markers to select the most suitable treatments for individual patients.
You shall continue our work on acetylation dynamics of non-histone protein changes following radiotherapy +/- HDAC inhibition and investigate other epigenetic modifications.

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