We have an opportunity available for a Clinical Trial Support Officer (CTSO) to join the Oncology Clinical Trials Office, working in a team of trial management professionals running a varied and growing portfolio of clinical trials. The CTSO will work closely with the Trial Managers (TMs) and Data Management Team, underpinning the work of the trial teams.
We have an exciting opportunity available for a Clinical Trial Administrator to join the Oncology Clinical Trials Office (OCTO), which forms part of the Department of Oncology and is also the oncology division of the UKCRC registered clinical trials unit, OCTRU (Oxford Clinical Trials Research Unit). OCTO has good working relationships with UK-wide study sites and international groups in Europe.
OCTO runs academic clinical trials to the highest standards and is proactive in improving clinical trial procedures and delivering high quality data.
An excellent opportunity has arisen at the Department of Oncology for a Senior Research Laboratory Facilities Support Officer to join the Building and Facilities team. You will support the Building and Facilities Manager to ensure that first class research support is maintained within the Department of Oncology.
We have an opportunity for a Laboratory Assistant to join the Department of Oncology Operations team. You will be part of a team providing support to the scientific research staff and students across different sites.
You will manage defined areas of research laboratory support and exercise judgement in bringing specific issues to the attention of the Building and Facilities Manager in a timely manner. Duties of the role include the provision of glassware, waste management and technical services.
This is a new role within Professor Peter McHugh’s dynamic and ambitious research group studying DNA repair. The appointee will join a team focussing on understanding the structure and function of the human metallo-beta-lactamase (MBL) DNA repair factors.
Katarzyna's research focus is on the function of a tumour suppressor gene p53 in conditions of hypoxia.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Postdoctoral Researcher to join Professor Adrian Harris’s laboratory, based at the Weatherall Institute for Molecular Medicine at the John Radcliffe Hospital, where you will conduct research to the highest standards and produce data that will generate understanding of the value of inhibiting CA IX with new inhibitors, their in vitro and in vivo benefits alone and in combination with other modalities of therapy.
Reporting into the Head of HR, we have an exciting new opportunity for a suitably experienced HR professional to manage a small team providing a comprehensive HR service to staff within the Department of Oncology.
This is an interesting and varied operational ‘hands-on’ role providing the opportunity for involvement in a range of areas including recruitment, training and development, data analysis and providing advice and guidance on procedural issues.
Alexandr is working on developing MRI pulse sequences and data processing software. He also provides technical support for the group and collaborative research projects.