UCL Institute of Ophthalmology


Research Fellow to join the Moosajee lab

29 June 2023

This position has closed.

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About the role

Salary: UCL Grade 7 spine point 29 (£39,508 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance)

Duration: 12 months, in the first instance

Working in close collaboration with Professor Mariya Moosajee, the Post Doctoral Fellow will use a range of techniques to facilitate the group’s work, including stem cell culture, generation of iPSC colonies and differentiation into target retinal cells, histology, electron and confocal microscopy, molecular biologies such as western blots, and immunocytochemistry. Additional skills may be required for testing in vivo models, and necessary training will be provided where necessary. 

Candidates with a PhD (essential), experience in the aforementioned techniques, and who are bright, independent and highly motivated, but willing and able to work effectively as part of a collaborative team are encouraged to apply.

About you

The candidate must be a good communicator, both in lay and scientific terms, with strong writing skills. The candidate should be organised, hardworking and enjoy writing.

Application Process

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy please contact Professor Mariya Moosajee (m.moosajee@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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