Updated: Jul 29
The mission of the Curtis Laboratory is to understand how circadian rhythms (24 hour rhythms in physiology and molecular function) impact on the immune system. This is a RA position under the supervision of Dr Annie Curtis, at the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences - Royal College of Surgeons. The successful candidate will establish and maintain relevant transformed and primary cell lines on an ongoing basis, support general lab setup and maintenance duties as required, manage the laboratories mouse colonies, which includes genotyping, breeding strategies and colony organization and manage laboratory ordering of reagents and consumables. In addition, he/she will support the research of ongoing projects as required, which will include cell culture, specific assays in the area of chronobiology and immunometabolism and mouse studies.
Status: Accepting applications.
Deadline: 1st August 2021.
For more details download full ad below and visit https://www.curtisclocklab.com/ to learn more about the lab.