Job Tile: Senior Analytical Scientist Location: Stevenage, Hertfordshire Contract: 6 Months (expected to be extended) Pay Rate: Up to £14.36 an hour (circa £28,000 per...
Senior Scientist/Investigator in Immunology Contract length: 12 months Salary: £18.47/hrLocation: Stevenage
SRG are a strategic recruitment partner to a global pharmaceutical company who are looking for an experienced lab based immunologist to work alongside existing postdoctoral fellows for a 12 month period to help address basic immunology questions under the supervision of academic experts and immunology leaders.
This is a unique Industry: Academia collaborative program where leading academic immunologists work alongside scientists while pursuing their own independent research programmes in basic immunology.
We are looking for scientist have experience in one of the flowing areas:
- Inflammasome activation in macrophages
- Programmed cell death pathways
- The regulation of immune responses through ubiquitin ligase pathways.
- Ph.D. in Immunology or a minimum of 4 years relevant lab based experience on an Immunology research project
- Proficient in the culture of both immortalised and primary cells.
- Practical experience in the use of immunological laboratory techniques such as ELISA, FLOW and blood cell isolation
- Experience in Molecular Biology techniques and qPCR would be beneficial
- The ability to work independently with limited guidance
- The ability to identify problems in routine lab work and implement appropriate solutions.
- Highly effective oral and written communication skills with adherence to a high level of data integrity
- The ability to understand, interpret, and communicate complex scientific data
- The ability to work in a matrix environment and be a team player
- A good track record of delivery against objectives.
To apply for this position, please apply online. For more information regarding this position or any others, please call Umul on 0203 096 4529
Key words: ELISA, Flow cytometry, qPCR, cell death, inflammasomes, ubiquitin ligase