Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Cancer Pharmacology at University of Bradford, UK
You will have a PhD in the Life Sciences and will contribute to the development of novel therapeutics for the treatment of prostate cancer. In particular, you will play a central and major role in the development and biological evaluation of a new class of novel tumour-activated chemotherapeutics developed in-house
Scholarship Description: An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced postdoctoral research assistant, funded by The Prostate Cancer Charity, to join a dynamic multidisciplinary team involved with the development of novel tumour-selective therapeutics for prostate cancer.
This exciting position has been developed to drive the translation of a new class of tumour-selective therapeutic for prostate cancer from the laboratory toward the clinic. All work will be carried out at the Institute of Cancer Therapeutics within the School of Life Sciences at the University of Bradford.
The Institute of Cancer Therapeutics has an international reputation for translational research leading to the identification of novel therapies and additionally is part of an Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre (ECMC) to provide laboratory support to early phase clinical trials.
The Institute is housed in a state-of-the-art new building with dedicated facilities for medicinal chemistry, target validation, drug analysis, proteomics, tumour biology and pharmacology.
How to Apply: Online and by post
Scholarship Application Deadline: 9th August 2011