Manchester, Lancashire The University of Manchester
9 months, full-time, fixed-term contract from 13th January 2020 – 12th October 2020 (or 4 days a week part-time for 12 months), non-renewable. For a post-doctoral scientist with previous experience to work with a team of academics studying the Mechanisms by which insulin synergizes with Staphylococcus aureus bacteria to induce Th2-responses in human skin.
The ideal candidate must have a PhD in a biological science. Previous experience in the fields of skin biology, immunology or microbiology would be an advantage. Techniques used in the study will include cell and tissue culture, ELISA and flow cytometry, immunofluorescence. Further identification of proteases will involve chromatography, mass spectroscopy and sequencing.
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