Postdoc Fellow- Molecular regulation of malaria life cycle -December 30, 08

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Postdoc Fellow- Molecular regulation of malaria life cycle -December 30, 08

The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute is a world leader in genomic research, with an expanding scientific programme dedicated to understanding gene function in health & disease.

The Billker team (http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Teams/faculty/billker/) studies malaria parasites of rodents to understand fundamental aspects of parasite biology, pathogen-host interactions and mosquito transmission (Cell 117:503; Genes & Dev 22:1051). We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to develop new experimental genetic approaches for the identification of molecular pathways and mechanisms regulating the parasite’s complex life cycle, as it alternates between a vertebrate and a mosquito host.

Essential Skills
We are looking for a highly motivated and independent individual, who can demonstrate skills in infection biology, cell biology, signal transduction research or the biology of model organisms. Applicants must have a PhD.

Other information
Postdoctoral Fellows are typically in their first or second postdoctoral position as part of a period of early career research training. This is up to 3 year fixed-term contract.

Informal enquiries can be made to Oliver Billker (ob4@sanger.ac.uk).

Benefits
Salary from £27,450 to £33,115 per annum dependent on experience
We offer a comprehensive range of benefits including a final salary pension scheme and excellent on-site facilities. Further details can be found on our website https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk,

To submit your CV and apply for this job please go to https://jobs.sanger.ac.uk, to register and apply on line.

The closing date for applications is 21 November 2008

http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/jobs/75643-Postdoctoral-Fellow-Molecular-regulation-of-the-malaria-life-cycle-Ref-80237