Post-doctoral Training Fellow - Functional Proteomics
Cancer Biology, The Institute of Cancer Research
The post holder will be part of the Functional Proteomics group and will work on developing innovative quantitative proteomics workflows for the characterization of multiple aspects of protein functions. This will involve collaborative research as well as development of new data analysis methods. The post holder will undertake end-to-end analysis of a variety of samples to characterize structural features of proteins and protein complexes in a quantitative fashion. The main analysis pipelines will include isobaric labelling, chromatography fractionation and enrichment of post-translational modifications followed by mass spectrometry analysis using tribrid systems and statistical and pathway analysis.
The post holder is expected to work independently quickly and to communicate the results to the group as well as to collaborating ICR groups with follow up meetings making sure that they obtain a good understanding of the quantitative data and the technology used. A strong candidate would be able to design, develop and publish methods addressing current needs in proteomics, helping the group to remain up to date and operating at world class standards.
The successful candidate should have experience in quantitative proteomics. They will have skills in biological mass spectrometry and data analysis, with demonstrated ability to develop new proteome analysis methods.
To apply please submit online application on the ICR Careers site, attaching your CV with the supporting statement (addressing with specific examples where you meet the person specification, a brief description of your research experience and incl. the names and addresses of at least two referees). Job ref, 1146