UCL Institute of Ophthalmology


Research Fellow to work in the Burgoyne lab

19 July 2023

This position has closed.

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About the role

Salary: UCL grade 7 spine point 29-30 (£39,508 - 40,533 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance) 

Duration: 48 months, in the first instance

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow post to join the Burgoyne lab at the IoO to study the role of membrane contact sites between mitochondria and the plasma membrane within retinal cells.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to carry out highly innovative research in the fields of visual science and cellular biology. The appointee will use a range of techniques including electron microscopy, confocal imaging, and molecular biology approaches in both in vitro and in vivo models.

About you

Applicants must have a PhD (or about to be awarded) in a relevant subject area. Experience in techniques that include imaging, cell culture and molecular biology as well as working with in vivo models is required. It is essential that the candidate is organized and has excellent oral and written scientific communications skills.

Application Process

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy please contact Dr Tom Burgoyne (t.burgoyne@ucl.ac.uk). If you have any queries regarding the application process please email: ioo.hr@ucl.ac.uk.

Please ensure you attach your CV and highest academic qualification. In addition, please ensure you provide a personal statement outlining how you meet the criteria to support your application.

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