Postdoctoral Researcher - DNA Damage Signalling and Repair

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research position within the Genome Stability and Tumourigenesis Group led by Professor Madalena Tarsounas. The primary goal of the Genome Stability and Tumourigenesis Group is to investigate how tumour cells lacking BRCA1 or BRCA2 tumour suppressors develop tolerance to endogenous replication stress and how this, in turn, sustains cell proliferation and tumour growth.

Postdoctoral Researcher - Computational Biostatistics

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Postdoctoral Researcher in Computational Biostatistics to work on research projects spanning basic and clinical investigations, and to play an essential role in delivering cutting edge computational statistics and analytics to support the research in the CRUK/MRC Institute, at the Department of Oncology, resulting in high profile collaborative publications.

Personal Assistant (2 posts)

We have an exciting opportunity for two Personal Assistants, whose roles will be to provide professional administrative support to designated Group Leaders in the Department of Oncology. This is a responsible role requiring efficient administrative and secretarial skills combined with a professional, proactive and flexible approach to work. The successful applicants will have a ‘can do’ attitude combined with the experience, skills and attributes to handle a wide range of confidential information with tact and diplomacy and to be comfortable with shifting priorities.

Clinical Research Training Fellow - Radiation Oncology (4 posts)

The CRUK and MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology is in a fortunate position to have four Fellowships to award this year to support high priority research These 3-year Fellowships offer a unique opportunity for clinical trainees to work in a high calibre, world-class, innovative research environment, while studying for a DPhil.
The Fellowships are tailored specifically to the needs of individual talented clinicians and provide both academic and clinical mentorship and guidance. The principal aim is to provide high-quality research training in cancer research.


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