The School of Medical Sciences is acknowledged as one of the leading centres for medical science education worldwide. With over 100 years of quality in education, we are proud to be training the next generation of medical scientists who will be leading members of the medical research study community with an ingenious integrated curriculum. Our group of scientists lead essential worldwide competitive research from particles to medications, from patient to policy across a series of restorative areas.
Your key responsibilities will be to:
- Lead a group of staff and HDR students researching leukemic cancer stem cells
- Style and undertake lab try outs a concentrate on screening anti-cancer stem cell methods
- Enhance collaborations with market partners to develop anti-cancer stem cell therapies
- Disseminate research study outcomes using a range of interaction channels.
- PhD in biomedical research or related fields
- Strong track-record of research examining leukemic cancer stem cells
- Evidence to acquire grant funding and construct research portfolio with scholastic, industry and other appropriate stakeholders
- Have experience in monitoring or mentoring others and/or collaborating team activities.
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