University of Dundee

The University of Dundee is one of the leading universities in Europe for research in Life Sciences. In the most recent UK-wide assessment of research quality in UK higher education institutions – REF2014 –Dundee was ranked the top University in Biological Sciences. More recent rankings widely recognized as indicators of scientific excellence place Dundee high in their rankings. The CWTS Leiden Ranking 2019 for Biomedical and Health Sciences Impact places Dundee is 1st in the UK and Europe, 5th in the World as judged by ‘citations-per-paper’, one of the most widely recognized metrics of scientific excellence. This year’s ‘The State of Innovation’ report by Clarivate Analytics ranks Dundee as the most influential scientific research institution in the world for pharmaceuticals for the period 2006-16. 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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Laboratory Technician

The School of Learning and Teaching within the College of Life Sciences, wishes to appoint a laboratory teaching technician who will support the provision of a technical support service for undergraduate practical class teaching.

Research Technician

Applications are invited for a research technician to work within the research group led by Professor Doreen Cantrell on projects associated with immune response and development. The research will involve the use of routine laboratory techniques in the fields of molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry. Applicants must have good organisational and communication skills and will be expected to be able to work both independently and as part of a team. 

[LS0011] 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.

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