We are looking to recruit 2 highly motivated postdoctoral Research Fellows to conduct independent research on early-phase drug discovery for leishmaniasis and/or Chagas disease as part of a GCRF network on neglected tropical diseases. You will develop a research programme on identification and validation of drug targets in consultation with a University of York sponsor. You will be expected to form an integrated cohort with 3 research fellows at the University of Durham and to contribute to the aims of the network. You will apply new methods of genetic or chemical target validation for trypanosmatid disease.
Skills, Experience and Qualifications
The post is funded by GCRF and is available for up to three years.
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