University of Dundee

The University of Dundee is one of the leading universities in Europe for research in Life Sciences. The 2016 QS World University Rankings in Biological Sciences place Dundee 5th in the UK and 40th in the world as judged by ‘citations-per-paper’, one of the most widely recognized metrics of scientific excellence. The School enjoys a reputation as one of the most dynamic international centres for molecular cell biology, with outstanding laboratory and technology facilities.

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Postdoctoral Research Assistant

We seek a postdoctoral research assistant to work within the Nucleic Acid Structure Research laboratory for one year. The work involves the study of RNA structure and dynamics using single-molecule fluorescence resonance energy transfer. Experience with single-molecule microscopy is essential, and a background of working with RNA would be a significant advantage.

Programme Leader

Summary of Job Purpose and Principal Duties

We invite applications for the above position from scientists with outstanding potential who wish to pursue an ambitious and exciting research programme aimed at furthering our understanding of the role of protein ubiquitylation in cell regulation and human disease.

Principal Investigator

This is an excellent opportunity for career development level researchers and well-established Principal Investigators to join the Division of Cell & Developmental Biology in the College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee. This division has world-class strengths in vertebrate, Drosophila and Dictyostelium development as well as epithelial cell biology, real-time imaging and systems approaches including biophysical and mathematical modelling

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

A post-doctoral research position is available in the Division of Molecular Microbiology, College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee. The BBSRC-funded project (“How E. coli produces hydrogen”), which is scheduled to start between 1 October 2011 and 1 January 2012, will be carried out in the laboratory of Professor Frank Sargent and will be for 2 years 9 months duration.