Research Assistant Bone Marrow Cell Therapy in Multiple Sclerosis: Potential Mechanisms of Repair and Protection

Language: English (UK)
Country: United Kingdom
Job number: ACAD100150
Contract Type: Fixed-term contract staff
Work Hours: 35.0 Hours per Week
Job Type: Research and Teaching
Closing date: 20/01/2013

The School of Clinical Sciences has a vacancy for a Research Assistant.  The post is funded by an MRC grant, “Bone marrow cell therapy in multiple sclerosis: potential mechanisms of repair and protection”, and the main job purpose of this post doctoral scientist position is to execute the laboratory-based experimental project described in this grant, supervised by Prof Scolding and more directly by Dr Alastair Wilkins (Reader in Neurology), Dr Claire Rice (NIHR Lecturer and Consultant Neurologist) and the senior post-doctoral scientist in the group, Dr Kevin Kemp. 

For informal enquiries please contact Professor Neil Scolding on 0117 340 6632 or email 

To apply, please click the ‘Apply’ button below.

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