The MRC CMM seeks to appoint to several open rank posts (Lecturer to Professor, including clinical qualified candidates) in Medical Mycology to further strengthen an integrated team of exceptional scientists and clinicians from across multiple disciplines to conduct world-leading research aimed at tackling a major global threat to human health.
The MRC CMM welcomes enquiries and expressions of interest from excellent researchers who wish to submit a Fellowship application to an external funder (for example UKRI, Wellcome Trust, Royal Society) and be hosted by the MRC Centre of Medical Mycology.
The MRC CMM seeks to appoint a part time Research Technician with proven experimental skills in fluorescence microscopy, tissue culture/and or physiology, molecular biology, and, to carry out biomedical laboratory research. The post will require developing new imaging approaches and pipelines, tissue culture, animal work, and molecular biology techniques to analyse the host-pathogen interactions of the human pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans. Capacity to handle and work with mice is essential. Closing date
The MRC CMM wishes to recruit a full time, experienced Animal Technician (rodents) to work with academic and technical staff in the University’s rodent Biological Services Units (BSU). Role holder will be part of both the MRC CMM and BSU teams whose primary function will be in supporting the operational needs of a multitude of research projects in the MRC CMM, including the day-to-day husbandry of the animals. The post is available immediately on a permanent basis. Closing date: 01/07/2021.