Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Haemostasis Biology

Employer
RCSI
Location
Europe
Posted
July 14 2017
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Academia

Department: Molecular and Cellular Therapeutics


Tenure: Full-time position for 4 years


Salary: SFI Team Member Level 2A (starting at €35,489-€37,750 p.a., depending on experience).


Reporting to: Dr Roger Preston


Employed by: The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), based at 123 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2


Overview


The Irish Personalized Approach to the Treatment of Haemophilia (iPATH) program is a large translational research programme that seeks to make fundamental discoveries in relation to haemophilia biology, thereby enabling novel approaches to patient stratification and ultimately personalized management of haemophilia and haemophilic arthropathy. iPATH is funded through a Science Foundation Ireland Strategic Partnership award. Other partners include the Irish Haemophilia Society, Shire, St James' Hospital and Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin. In addition to the clinical collaborators, iPATH will involve a number of different research groups in both Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI).


 


 


We currently seek an outstanding postdoctoral researcher to join the iPATH programme. The successful applicant will work in Dr. Roger Preston's research group and will utilize state-of-the-art in vitro and in vivo approaches to decipher the poorly understood biology underlying bleeding tendency and arthropathy development in haemophilia A patients. The successful applicant will work closely with collaborating academic, clinical and industrial partners in the iPATH programme. The position is funded for 4 years.


 


 


Person Specification


Qualifications:


Applicants should have a PhD in Molecular Biology/Biochemistry/Genetics or related biological subject. Experience in the area of haemostasis, immunology, vascular biology would be advantageous, but not essential. Applicants with experience of current molecular biology techniques, protein biochemistry and mouse models are particularly encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate would be self-motivated, creative and highly competent, as evidenced by first author publications in recognized journals.


 


 


Application Process:


Please email Roger Preston (rogerpreston@rcsi.ie) with informal inquiries.


Please apply online at www.rcsi.ie/careers with covering Letter and CV containing contact details for 2 references no later than 5pm on Friday 11th August 2017.


 


 


Note: this Job Description may be subject to change to reflect the evolving requirements of the Department and RCSI in developing healthcare leaders who make a difference worldwide.


RCSI is an equal opportunities employer


Similar vacancies that arise in the next 6 months may be filled from the pool of applicants that apply for this position.



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