Postdoctoral Fellow in Deuterium MRS
University of Cambridge, UK
Closing date: 18th July 2021.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a PostDoc to develop deuterium MRS in human liver and skeletal muscle, and to then implement these methods to investigate the mechanisms of insulin resistance. This would follow on from our previous research: Savage DB et al., 2019, Journal of Lipid Research, 7, 1323; Thankamony A et al., 2018, Scientific Reports, 8, 2750.
Qualifications/Experience: You should have or be about to receive a PhD in physics, chemistry, engineering, or related subject. You need an understanding of the fundamentals of magnetic resonance, have had some experience with pulse sequence coding, have good communication skills and attention to detail.
The University of Cambridge explores strategies to attract and retain the best people. It is committed to supporting its staff to achieve their best. It also offers extensive benefits and excellent learning opportunities within a stimulating working environment.
Starting date: Flexible, September 2021.
Do not hesitate to get in touch (Dr Alison Sleigh) for informal discussion: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further info and to apply: www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/29431/
Funding: Medical Research Council.