Executive Office Manager

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join an expanding and ambitious Department during the next phase of its development. The position of Executive Office Manager is a new post and has been created to assist the Department in providing excellent administrative support to its academic and administrative leadership.

Cancer Research UK Oxford Centre Training Project Manager

Cancer research at Oxford University is spread across the City with departments in the central Science Area, the Old Road Campus, the John Radcliffe Hospital, the Churchill Hospital and Commercial Science Parks. This combined expertise contributes to our efforts to increase cancer cure rates. The Cancer Research-UK Oxford Centre is committed to ensuring that the breadth and depth of this expertise is harnessed through multi-disciplinary collaborative projects.

Research Training and Development Manager

We have an exciting opportunity for a Research Training and Development Manager to provide oversight of the Department of Oncology’s graduate programmes and develop new initiatives to support the clinical and non-clinical training strategies of the Department of Oncology and the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology. The role encompasses graduate and postgraduate training for both clinical and non-clinical students and research staff.

Fiona Bangs, Postdoctoral Researcher

Primary cilia are microtubule based organelles that regulate cell-cell signalling, in particular Hedgehog (Hh) signalling. Cilia are present on most vertebrate cells, however in many cancers cilia are lost rendering cells incapable of responding to cell signals. The aim of my research is to understand how ciliogenesis is blocked and how cilia loss impacts cancer progression.

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.


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