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Post-doctoral Fellowships

The LSI aspires to nurture the next generation of interdisciplinary researchers and will support talented individuals to obtain fellowships at all stages of progression from PhD to independent investigator. If you are interested in applying for a post-doctoral fellowship, or a fellowship to transition to independence, please contact directly your prospective host and sponsor among LSI Principal Investigators.

Post-doctoral fellowship schemes that you may be eligible to apply for include:

BBSRC Discovery
EMBO Post-doctoral Fellowship Fellowships, grants and career support – Postdoctoral Fellowships – EMBO
EPSRC Post-Doctoral Fellowship
HFSP Post-doctoral Fellowship Postdoctoral Fellowships | Human Frontier Science Program (hfsp.org)
Marie Sklodowska-Curie
NC3Rs Training Fellowship
Royal Society Newton International Fellowship
Wellcome Trust Early Career Award

 

PhD Studentships

The next round for the LSI PhD Studentships will start in late Autumn 2022.

 

Job opportunities at the Living Systems Institute

University Funded Group Leader Posts

LSI plans recruitments from summer 2022 for University-funded posts in interdisciplinary Stem Cell Biology and allied Synthetic Biology and Bioengineering.  You may register interest via email: infoLSI@exeter.ac.uk

Please include the following:

• Contact details
• Brief statement of research interests

  

Post-doctoral Scientists, Research Assistants, and Technicians

Prospective approaches may be made directly to Principal Investigators. 

Postdoctoral Research Associate

A BBSRC funded full-time post for a Postdoctoral Research Associate (P78210) in the research group of Dr Ge Guo to participate in research into human early embryo development is available immediately on a fixed-term basis until 1st  March 2025. 

Application deadline is 12th May 2022

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Medical Research Council-funded full-time post for a Postdoctoral Research Associate (P81536) in the research group of Prof Austin Smith to participate in research in molecular stem cell and developmental biology is available immediately on a fixed-term basis from 1st June 2022 until 30th May 2025. 

Application deadline is 12th May 2022