Decoding the molecular cross-talk between blood stem cells and their niches, its role in the maintenance of homeostasis and the development of haematological malignancies.
Join the team!
We are recruting a Post-doctoral researcher (Research Associate)
We invite applications for a post-doctoral researcher to work on an exciting project funded by the Wellcome Trust and The Royal Society.
You will work on a project aiming at understanding how the HSC niche is remodelled in pre-leukaemia to favour clonal haematopoiesis and leukaemia development. We will decode the molecular crosstalk between leukemic stem cells and the bone marrow niche. This is a multidisciplinary project based on mouse models of leukaemia development, which will be analysed by multi-parameter flow cytometry, RNA sequencing and computational/systems biology methods.
Job reference: NAT01011
Closing date: 12 December 2021
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