Postdoctoral Researcher: “Deciphering the mechanisms of nuclear calcium encoding”
A Postdoctoral Researcher position is available in Charpentier laboratory at the John Innes Centre, UK, to unravel the regulatory mechanism of the newly identified nuclear localized calcium channel required for root legume symbioses.
The main purpose of the role is to determine how CNGC15s are regulated to generate nuclear calcium signals essential to root legume symbioses and to explore the function of this regulation beyond symbioses processes. The Postdoctoral Researcher will benefit from a highly interdisciplinary and international environment, with outstanding institutional support.
Candidates are expected to have a PhD in either Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Chemistry or Genetics, with experience in Molecular biology and Chemistry being essential.
Salary on appointment will be within the range £30,750 to £37,750 per annum depending on qualifications and experience. This position is available with immediate effect and is for a contract of 36 months.
To apply for this vacancy please visit our web site https://jobs.jic.ac.uk or contact Human Resources, Norwich BioScience Institutes Partnership, Norwich, NR4 7UH, UK, 01603 450149, quoting reference 1003195. Applicants are invited to send their CV (with contact details of three referees) and a short cover letter explaining their motivation and interest to join the lab to work on the nuclear calcium signalling in root legume symbioses and plant development.
Please email Dr. Myriam Charpentier directly for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for applications will be 30th April 2017.
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