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NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH
Research Opportunities - Genes and Cellular Controls Group
The MRC National Institute for Medical Research is a major centre for
biomedical research offering excellent training and career development
opportunities. The Genes and Cellular Controls Group is recruiting
scientists in the broad areas of developmental and cell biology, cell cycle
control, signal transduction, genetics, applied genomics, biochemistry and
mechanisms of gene expression.
Many systems are currently in use including mouse, chick, fish, frog and
fly embryos, as well as yeast and cell culture. Details of research topics
and team leaders can be obtained at http://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/.
We wish to appoint interactive candidates, to bring new expertise and to
help build on these existing strengths, at the following levels:
* senior postdoctoral
* career track
* established programme leaders
Informal enquiries can be made to Jim Smith on Tel.+ 44 (0) 208-913 8524;
e-mail: jim at nimr.mrc.ac.uk.
Formal applications, which should include a full CV, a brief statement of
future research proposals, and the names and addresses of two referees
should be sent to Mark Franklin, Personnel Manager, National Institute for
Medical Research, The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, London NW7 1AA, not later than
30th September 1999 quoting reference number GCCG/JS
The MRC is an Equal Opportunities employer - smoking is actively
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Medical Research Council
National Institute for Medical Research
The Ridgeway, Mill Hill
LONDON, NW7 1AA.
Tel. +44 181 913 8581
Fax. +44 181 913 8543/+44 181 906 4477