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Working at Ludwig Oxford

Ludwig Cancer Research offers a diverse and dynamic working environment that attracts outstanding staff and students from around the world. We are committed to providing equal career opportunities and are the proud holders of an Athena Swan Silver award. Ludwig Cancer Research and the wider Nuffield Department of Medicine have created a thriving, productive department, which is family-friendly and mindful of a positive work life balance.

Ludwig Cancer Research benefits from access to extensive resources from within its own department and the wider University. It is a collaborative scientific environment which provides the opportunity to staff to carry out world- leading translational research.

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Vacancies are regularly posted for postdoctoral researchers, research assistants, group leaders, clinical research fellows and supporting roles. We welcome prospective applicants approaching group leaders directly if they are interested applying for a fellowship to join the department.

 

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Current Vacancies

Postdoctoral Research Scientist - Immunology/Infection Biology

Posted 02/05/2019

Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a.

Prof Gyrd-Hansen’s research group is seeking an exceptional and motivated postdoctoral scientist with experience in experimental murine models to undertake a project that focusses on the role of the ubiquitin machinery in immune regulation in vivo. Our long-term goal is to identify molecular processes that can be targeted pharmacologically to treat cancer and other inflammation-driven pathologies. You should have previous laboratory experience relevant to the project, including a wide range of experimental methodologies. Applications must be made online by 12.00 noon on 3rd June 2019.

Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Posted 17/05/2019

Grade 7: £32,236 - £39,609 p.a.

Prof Gyrd-Hansen’s group at is seeking an exceptional and motivated postdoctoral scientist with experience in biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology to undertake a project that focuses on the role of the ubiquitin machinery in innate immune signalling. We aim to understand how the ubiquitin system controls innate immune processes that protect against infectious agents but, when inappropriately activated, also contribute to chronic inflammation and cancer. Applications must be made online by 12.00 noon UK time on 13th June 2019.