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Postdoctoral research fellow, Prostate cancer biomarkers, University College Dublin, Ireland

Postdoctoral position

The University College Dublin Cancer Biology Therapeutics Lab is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual with a strong interest in cancer research and translational medicine to join their team at the School of Biology and Environmental Science at the O’Brien Science Centre, UCD. The primary purpose of this role is to develop and clinically validate a novel urine DNA test for detecting aggressive prostate cancer.

This is an advanced research focused role, building on your prior experience as a post-doctoral fellow, where you will conduct a specified programme of research supported by research training under the supervision and direction of the Principal Investigator. A suitable candidate will have a PhD and several years post-doctoral/industrial experience. This individual should have significant experience in biomarker research, particularly in the area of qPCR and in handling of biospecimens. Ideally this person might also have some industry product development experience too. A senior postdoctoral scientist is capable of independent research and is required to head the project in the lab and play a significant supervisory role.


For full details and to apply visit: www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/
Ref: 011299

Application deadline: 21 Mar 2019

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Application deadline: 21 Mar 2019

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