Research Assistant at Imperial College London

A new postdoctoral scholar position in medical sciences is available at Imperial College London. Applications should be sent before December 12, 2018.

Applications are invited for a Research Associate position in the Centre for Blast Injury Studies. The mission of the Centre is to improve the mitigation of injury and to improve and advance treatment, rehabilitation and recovery, thus increasing lifelong health and quality of life after blast injury.

We seek a highly motivated individual in possession of a PhD in Bioengineering (or equivalent), with significant prior experience in in vivo procedures and animal husbandry. Possession of a Home Office Personal License will be essential. This successful candidate will work within a collaborative team on the mechanobiology of the formation of ectopic bone due to blast injuries.

We are based in the Department of Bioengineering, a newly refurbished space with excellent research facilities. The appointment is funded via The Royal British Legion and is full time for a fixed term until the end of December 2020. You will have:

- PhD (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline and, a strong interest in multidisciplinary science. - First degree ( or equivalent) in an engineering discipline, physical sciences or biomedical sciences. - Experience with in vivo procedures and the development of experiemental models. - Experience in working within an interdisciplinary team. - Fluency in relevant models, techniques or methods and ability to contribute to developing new ones. - Home Office personal licence - Self-motivation and ability to exercise initiative and judgment in carrying out research tasks - Excellent verbal communication skills and the ability to deal with scientists and researchers from a variety of disciplines. - An open, flexible and positive approach to working in a constantly changing environment You will be: - Able to organise own work with minimal supervision. - Able to prioritise own work in response to deadlines. - Willing to work as part of a team and to be open-minded and cooperative. - Willing to undertake any necessary training for the role - Willing to work as part of a team and to be open-minded and cooperative For informal enquiries about the post please contact Prof Anthony Bull at


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