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Newcastle University
Newcastle, United Kingdom
7 days ago

Description

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral position to work in the group of Prof Matthias Trost on clinical proteomics in mitochondrial disease and immune system-related diseases. This position will support collaborative research with clinicians at Newcastle University with state-of-the-art clinical proteomics approaches. The focus will be on identifying molecular mechanisms relevant to mitochondrial diseases in collaboration with the Wellcome Centre for Mitochondrial Research and immune system-related diseases in collaboration with world-leading clinicians. 

This position is based in the Newcastle University Biosciences Institute (NUBI). We have an excellent track record and in previous Research Excellence Framework (REF2014) by the UK government, our institute (then called ICaMB) was 1st for research output amongst all of the UK submitted University biosciences departments and was placed 5th out of 44 UK submissions in the overall scores.

Newcastle upon Tyne is a vibrant city in the northeast of England. In addition to an excellent scientific environment, Newcastle offers an affordable standard of living in an area of outstanding natural beauty with beautiful beaches at the coast and Northumberland countryside.

The position is available for until 31/10/2024 with a possibility for further extension. Available immediately, but candidates wishing to start at a later time will be considered.

Further information can be obtained by contacting Prof Matthias Trost (matthias.trost@newcastle.ac.uk) or from the lab’s website: http://trostlab.org 



Requirements

We seek a talented and enthusiastic post-doctoral scientist with a background in proteomics and mass spectrometry. You will have a good academic track record and have published at least one first authored paper in an international, peer reviewed journal. You will ideally have hands-on mass spectrometry experience and are an expert in proteomics. Knowledge in R programming language as well as disease models would be advantageous.

Key Accountabilities


•    Develop and carry out the specified project using appropriate techniques and equipment as outlined in the personal requirements.
•    Plan and carry out independent original research encompassing:
Investigations leading to the discovery of new knowledge
Analysing data, interpreting and bringing new insights
•    Initiate or participate in inter-disciplinary collaborations as agreed with supervisor.
•    Provide guidance, where necessary, to other staff and students including possible supervision of PhD and undergraduate project students as agreed with supervisor.
•    Present research findings as posters and oral presentations at conferences.
•    Write up research findings for publication and dissemination.


The Person 

Knowledge, Skills and Experience 
(Essential) 

•    A strong research background in proteomics.
•    Hands-on experience in mass spectrometry.
•    Experience with proteomics data analysis.
•    At least one first-author publication in a recognised peer-reviewed journal (published or submitted).
(Desirable)
•    Experience in R. 
•    Experience with a human disease. 
•    Experience of presenting research work at scientific meetings. 
•    Ability to contribute to writing publications. 

Attributes and Behaviour 
(Essential)

•    You should be ambitious with a demonstrable drive to succeed and produce work at the highest level.    
•    Ability to work independently.    
•    Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team.    
•    Capacity for original thought.    
•    Willingness to take on extra responsibilities, such as the day to day supervision of PhD and undergraduate project students.    
•    Willingness to work flexibly by mutual agreement.

Qualifications 
(Essential)

•    Degree in biology, biochemistry, immunology, chemistry or a related area.
•    Possession of a PhD (or imminent submission of thesis for Research Assistant) in biology, immunology, biochemistry, chemistry or a related field.  Candidates close to submission of PhD will be appointed at Research Assistant level initially.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 59278969
  • Location:
    Newcastle, United Kingdom
  • Position Title: Postdoc in Clinical Proteomics
  • Company Name: Newcastle University
  • Area of Biology: Proteomics
  • Job Function: Post-Doctoral Fellowship
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: 1
  • Required Travel: None
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