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.
Microscopy Core staff specialising in image analysis ranging from how-to-use softwares to designing custom and novel analysis techniques. Also available for teaching and inductions on all systems with the Microscopy Core.
Cytometry manager: dispensing advice, tips and guides, whilst maintaining the integrity of three analysers, of various complexities, and one cell sorter.
I am responsible for the Proteomics service within the Bioanalysis Core. My role is to advise, support and help scientists in the designing and planning experiments as well as preparing samples for proteomics and analysing the results.
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.
This is a newly created post responsible for developing and implementing a strategy for raising the local, national and global profile of cancer research at Oxford University and Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust (OUHFT).
Working as part of the Department of Oncology Strategic Projects team and reporting to the team leader, you will be responsible for developing the strategy to achieve these objectives and also its practical implementation. This will require close working with researchers and stakeholders across the University, NHS Trust and funders.
My research focuses on the DNA damage repair function of MRE11 and their effect on bladder cancer cells.
Shaliny’s research focus is on the mechanisms contributing to the transcriptional response and replication stress observed in radiobiological hypoxia.
Applications are invited for two postdoctoral research positions to provide expert medical physics scientific support in a range of areas of work related to radiotherapy research and development, with a focus on the strategic goals of the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) ART-NET grant.