100% research positions in London

Stephen Nurrish s.nurrish at ucl.ac.uk
Mon Oct 28 07:01:33 EST 2002


GROUP LEADER POSITION

The Medical Research Council (MRC) Cell Biology Unit, under
the directorship of Professor Alan Hall FRS, is part of the
Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology (LMCB) at University
College London (UCL). The LMCB is a multi-disciplinary
collaboration between the MRC and UCL, with modern
laboratory space and state-of-the-art core facilities (www.ucl.ac.uk/lmcb).
We are now seeking a new Group Leader for the Cell Biology
Unit. Current areas of interest within the LMCB include the
actin and microtubule cytoskeleton, receptor signalling,
protein trafficking pathways, neuronal cell biology and the
control of proliferation/differentiation. Both Drosophila and 
C.elegans groups are already present at the LMCB and we strongly 
encourage other groups using genetic approaches. An appointment may 
be offered either to a candidate with
an established international reputation or to one at an
earlier career stage who has demonstrated potential. Salary
will be negotiable and relocation expenses will be payable
where appropriate. These are 100% research positions with no teaching 
and guaranteed funding for 3 or 4 lab members in addition to the 
group leader depending on seniority. The sucessful applicant will 
also have access to centrally funded rotation PhD students.
Please send your application together with a CV, a few pages
describing future research plans and the name and contact
details of three referees to: Professor Alan Hall,MRC Laboratory
for Molecular Cell Biology, University College London, Gower
Street, London WC1E 6BT or as an e-mail attachment to:
a.ogarro at ucl.ac.uk before 13th December 2002.
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Stephen Nurrish
MRC Cell Biology Unit
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Cell Biology
University College London
Gower St (for normal mail)
Gordon St entrance (for fedex, express mail etc)
London WC1E 6BT
England

s.nurrish at ucl.ac.uk

office:44 207 679 7267
lab: 44 207 679 7262
fax:44 207 679 7805
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lmcb/



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