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Molecular Mechanisms of PARP InhibitorsPosted by: Postdoc positions by NIH
Posted date: 2020-Apr-24
We’re currently looking for talented scientists to join our innovative academic-style Postdoc. From our centre in Cambridge, UK, you’ll be in a global pharmaceutical environment, contributing to live projects right from the start. You’ll take part in a comprehensive training programme, including a focus on drug discovery and development, given access to our existing Postdoctoral research, and encouraged to pursue your own independent research in cutting edge laboratories. It’s a newly expanding programme spanning a range of therapeutic areas across a wide range of disciplines.
Moreover, you will have the support of a leading academic advisor, who will provide the guidance and knowledge you need to develop your career.
About the Opportunity:
Looking for a rewarding industry postdoc? You may have just found it.
Olaparib and other PARPi have successfully entered the clinic, yet, the understanding of their molecular mechanism of action has not yet been fully elucidated.
We seek a talented postdoc who will work in a multidisciplinary environment to elucidate the mechanism of action of PARPi using unique tools available at AstraZeneca and cutting-edge capabilities in our DNA Damage Response (DDR) team. The findings have the unique potential to be translated to the clinic and to greatly accelerate your professional development and future opportunities.
This your chance to make an impact with your research and to advance your career!
Your research will take place at AstraZeneca’s site in Chesterford Research Park (Cambridge, UK), where the Bioscience DDR team is located; you will benefit and learn from supervision from the AstraZeneca DDR team as well as a top academic co-supervisor in the field. You will also have the opportunity to closely interact with our global multidisciplinary teams and expand your skillset.
Don’t miss this out on this opportunity!Qualifications:
Essential Education and Experience:
Skills and Capabilities required:
This is a 3-year programme. 2 years will be a Fixed Term Contract, with a 1-year extension which will be merit based. The role will be based in Cambridge, UK, with a competitive salary on offer
Advert opening date – March 20, 2020
Advert closing date – May 17, 2020To Apply:
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