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Role: PhD position - Cancer Research
Duration: 4-year Fully funded (€18,000/annum)
Closing date: 31st Sept. 2019
Title: PhD in functional interrogation of both coding and non-coding mutations and their consequences on PI3K inhibitor efficacy in breast cancer treatment
A fully funded 4-year PhD position is available in DCU under the supervision of Dr. Alex Eustace. This PhD will address our hypothesis that mutations in both the coding and non-coding or ‘regulatory’ regions of genes encoding members of the PI3K/AKT-pathway influence patient response to new PI3K inhibitor based treatments.
Further information on the above position, including the job description is available to download here
Minimum educational requirements: Bachelor or Master’s degree (minimum grade of a high 2.1 or 1.1) in biological or medical related subjects.
Desirable: Prior experience of working in a research laboratory with skills in molecular biology, CRISPR transfection and cell culture an advantage.
The successful candidate should be enthusiastic, self-motivated and should be able to interact well within a large multi-disciplinary research team.
Informal enquires and full application (curriculum vitae, cover letter and contact details of two referees) to:
Dr. Alex Eustace,
National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology, Dublin City University,
Dublin 9, Ireland.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; T:+353 (0)1 7007497