The successful candidate will participate in the cardiovascular research project funded by the BHF, that is in line with the overall objectives of the research group led by Doctor Matthew Stroud at the BHF Centre of Research Excellence, King’s College London (http://bit.ly/stroudlab). The aim of the project is to study the role of the nuclear envelope in cardiac development and disease using a range of molecular, cellular and physiological approaches. We are looking for a highly motivated researcher who possesses strong interpersonal skills with a biomedical background and will pursue collaborative research with members of the team. Furthermore, they will have expertise in cardiac development, physiology, cell biology, molecular biology. He/ she should also be a self-starter and able to work independently, accurately judge priorities, and have excellent organisational and communication skills. Previous experience of relevant techniques such as primary cell isolation and mass spectrometry will be considered highly suitable for this post. Knowledge and experience of integrative cardiac physiology approaches in animal models, such as in vivo cardiac phenotyping and management of gene-modified colonies will also be an advantage.
The BHF Centre of Research Excellence provides an excellent highly multidisciplinary environment with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. Informal enquiries may be made to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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