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Research Assistant

Posted on: Monday 12 August
Posting no: 7253317998

A position for a Research Assistant for the RiD-RTI project is available in Professor Ali Zumla's group based at UCL's Centre for Clinical Microbiology at the Royal Free Campus. The aims of the RiD-RTI project are to develop and evaluate three diagnostics products for the rapid diagnosis of respiratory tract infections based on a novel "sample-in answer-out" diagnostic platform. The post-holder will help with day to day running of the project and plan and perform laboratory and experimental studies according to the stated aims, analyse results, collate them and present them to the assigned line manager.

The post is funded by an EU FP7 award and is available for one year in the first instance.

The suitable candidate will have a degree in microbiology/virology/infectious diseases or related subject. Practical experience of microbiology and molecular biology techniques are essential as are experience of experimental protocol development, working with microbial culture, nucleic acid extraction procedures, real time PCR and diagnostic assay development (primer and probe design) and of working with infectious diseases.

To apply for this vacancy please click on the 'ApplY' button below.

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy please contact Isabel Lubeiro at, 020 3108 2133

Closing Date: 28/11/2012

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phone: University College London on 020 3108 2133