UK lectureship Molecular Cell Biology
brian.walker at qub.ac.uk
Wed Jul 30 10:50:26 EST 1997
LECTURESHIP IN MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
The Queen's University of Belfast
School of Biology and Biochemistry
Centre for Peptide and Protein Engineering
Applications are invited from individuals with an excellent research
record in molecular cell biology and, preferably, proven ability in
teaching, for the above mentioned post. Applicants must have an honours
degree (or equivalent) and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology,
or a closely related subject. Experience of applying molecular
biological techniques to the study of one of the following: signal
transduction pathways, molecular processing, intracellular proteolysis,
or mode of action of transcription factors, is essential. Expertise in
differential display and yeast two-hybrid systems, would also be highly
desirable. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an
independent research programme and to foster collaborative links with
other members of the Centre for Peptide and Protein Engineering, to
which he/she will be associated.
The successful candidate must also be committed to research-led teaching
and will be expected to make an immediate (although relatively light)
contribution to undergraduate teaching.
Informal enquiries may be directed to Dr. B. Walker, School of Biology
and Biochemistry, telephone +44 (0)1232 272047, FAX +44 (0)1232 236505,
Email: brian.walker at qub.ac.uk.
Committed to an Equal Opportunities policy and selection on merit, the
University welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Under its affirmative action programme, the University particularly
welcomes applications from women for academic posts.
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