[b]Postdoctoral Research Associate
King’s College London, Pharmaceutical Research Division
Large-scale expression studies of operon-arranged genes in C. elegans[/b]
A postdoctoral research associate post is available to start immediately on a Wellcome Trust-funded project, joint with Leeds University (Hope Lab), to investigate, using recombineering-generated (Dolphin & Hope  NAR 34:e72), fosmid-derived, multiply-labeled fluorescent protein fusion reporter constructs, the presence and extent of autonomously-acting regulatory elements within C. elegans operons. The project includes a core element designed to develop large-scale, high-throughput, automated reporter production to which both postdoctoral associates (London & Leeds) will contribute.
If you are highly motivated with an excellent track record and firm grounding in worm biology and genetics and would like to work next to London’s vibrant cultural South Bank the post is available immediately and is funded for 36 months.
The initial salary will be at point 9 on the RA1A scale at £27,393 p.a. plus £2,323 London Allowance p.a.
Informal enquiries to: Dr Colin Dolphin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For a job pack please send a large SAE to Human Resources, King’s College London, 4th Floor, Capital House, 42 Weston Street, London SE1 3QD, U.K. or e-mail HSrecruit4@kcl.ac.uk quoting reference number W1/JGA/256/07-DB. Applicants should also include a current CV.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 30th Jan 2008.