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Wolfson School of Mechanical Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
Full time, Fixed term until 7th September 2026
As part of the project “A volatilome-based signature for age-related recovery & resilience” funded by the Wellcome LEAP Dynamic Resilience Program (https://wellcomeleap.org/dr/)
the group aims to establish and deploy advanced 3D tissue models and for research on the volatilome signature of aging in cells and humans.
The main tasks focus on wet lab experiments, establishing and operating advanced 3D models under your stewardship, incorporating the unique dimension of volatilome, and biogerontology assays and pathway analysis.
We are seeking a highly motivated, results-oriented, self-starter who thrives on increasing levels of responsibility. Applicants should have completed - or be very close to completion of - a PhD in a relevant subject such as 3D in-vitro model systems, microfluidics, tissue engineering, or cellular biology and have interest in applying this knowledge to ageing research.
We are open to appointing applicants from other backgrounds with the ability and motivation to acquire the required skills.
For the full job description and person specification please see here.
Informal enquiries can be made by emailing Professor Alexandra Stolzing, email@example.com
Application closing date: 22nd October 2023
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