Ming’s research focus is on links between hypoxic tumour resistance to radiation treatments and the associated immune response via mitochondrial stress using fluorescence-based light microscopy.
We have an exciting opportunity for a competent project officer/administrator to support a series of large scale, inter departmental cancer research projects, delivered through the Oncology based CRUK Centre Team.
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.
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.
We are looking for two Trial Managers to join the Oncology Clinical Trials Office (OCTO), a team of trial management professionals, running a wide portfolio of early phase clinical trials and studies. We work across many different tumour types and therapeutic areas with trials at varying stages of set-up, active recruitment and follow-up.
We are currently seeking a Research Assistant to join the Department of Oncology, based in Dr Anderson Ryan’s Lung Cancer Research Group. The research group is studying the mechanism of cell killing by novel DNA damage response modulators in models of non-small cell lung cancer.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Postdoctoral Researcher, who will be part of an ongoing basic biology research project that aims to understand the cancer biology of the E2F family of transcription factors. The postholder will undertake state-of-the-art molecular, cell biological and biochemical techniques, in order to explore the E2F family Proteomics, genome wide analysis and RNA biology techniques will also be used. Precision and attention to detail will be crucial in order that the most convincing and reproducible scientific results are obtained.
Applications are invited for a highly motivated and enthusiastic Postdoctoral Researcher to contribute to the research of the Radiopharmacy and Molecular Imaging Group, led by Professor Bart Cornelissen. The aim of the Group is the development of novel preclinical imaging agents for oncology. The project will be performed in collaboration with Professor Veronique Gouverneur in the Department of Chemistry. The research will be based at the Radiobiology Research Institute and the Chemistry Research Laboratories in Oxford.
Samantha’s research is funded by the Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund and focusses on molecular imaging of PARP in pancreatic cancer