Sphere Fluidics is now hiring Cell and Molecular Biologist for Microfluidics Project

Scientist/Senior Scientist - Cell and Molecular Biology

 

Due to growth, Sphere Fluidics is now looking to recruit a recent PhD or Postdoctoral Scientist. The candidates should have a PhD in cell and/or molecular biology. Experience in handling lymphocyes and hybridomas would be particularly useful. Molecular biology skills (RNA isolation, (RT-)PCR and sequencing) will also be required. The candidate should have demonstrated technical abiility via publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. The successful candidate will work in multi-disciplinary teams and should have excellent team-working ability. The area of work for this position is functional and expression analysis of single cells using novel microfluidics and picodroplets.

If interested, please e-mail your CV toHuman.Resources@spherefluidics.com and include the term "Scientist/Senior Scientist - Cell and Molecular Biology" in the title.

 

The position will be based in Cambridge, UK.


The closing date for this position is 30th of September 2011

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Tags: Biology, Cambridge, Cell, Microfluidics, Molecular, Picodroplets, Scientist

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