We have active searches for:


1. A Postdoc position in the Royle Lab:

Job Vacancy: Postdoctoral scientist - membrane traffic, endocytosis, cell migration, cancer - Deadline 8th June 2017.

MRC-funded project to examine the role of tumour protein D52-like proteins in membrane traffic and cell migration. Using gene editing, imaging (light-electron microscopy, image analysis). All nationalities welcome.

2. A Research Fellow in Cell Biology in the Straube lab:

Job Vacancy: Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Self-organisation of acentrosomal microtubule arrays - Deadline 6th July 2017.

Wellcome-funded post to examine microtubule organisation during differentiation of human skeletal myoblasts.
We are a highly international research team. All nationalities welcome!


3. A Research Fellow in Computational Biology in the Straube lab:

Job Vacancy: Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Computational image analysis tools - Deadline 6th July 2017.

Lister-funded post to develop image analysis tools to quantitatively analyse cytoskeleton filaments.
We are a highly international research team. All nationalities welcome!


 


We are always looking to attract high-quality individuals with an excellent track record who are looking to secure career development fellowships. If your science fits with our vision and you are interested in making such an application with our support then please get in touch.

 


All labs in the CMCB are always looking for talented and enthusiastic people who would like to join as research fellows. If you are interested in joining then we are happy to discuss supporting personal fellowship applications.

 


There are a range of ways to join the CMCB as a PhD student, with the main route via one of Warwick's doctoral training centres:

 

1) Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research (MRC)

2) Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (BBSRC)

3) Molecular Analytical Science (EPSRC)