Research Associate in Circadian Biology
We are recruiting a Research Associate to join Dr Marco Brancaccio's group, focusing on defining the mechanisms driving circadian dysfunction in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. You will investigate the molecular, cellular and circuit mechanisms underlying this association, the genetic and environmental factors driving circadian dysfunction and their specific role in the AD pathogenic cascade.
The UK DRI Centre at Imperial is looking for a motivated Project Officer who will make an impact every day by enabling the Centre to operate efficiently and effectively towards the UK DRI vision for a world where research conquers dementia. The Project Officer role provides an excellent opportunity for the right applicant to develop a career in higher education management or biomedical research funding and support.
The UK DRI at Imperial is interested in providing positions for programme leads, researchers and support staff with proven experience in the fields of dementia and Alzheimer's disease specifically.
The Institute aims to attract top talent from around the world, drawn by the unique opportunities offered within our multidisciplinary environment and state-of-the-art facilities.
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