Post-doc Position Available – Long non-coding RNA and Nuclear Hormone Receptor Regulation

A post-doc opportunity to make a real difference to the future of medical science.

If you are a talented, highly motivated, postdoctoral scientist, and are ready to play your part in the future of scientific innovation, we have a role for you.  The position is embedded within our prestigious academic-style postdoctoral program, with the primary objective of undertaking and publishing high impact, innovative research whilst simultaneously pushing at the boundaries of drug discovery and development.  The position is based at our state-of-the-art scientific centres in the Respiratory, Inflammation and Autoimmunity Innovative Medicines Unit at AstraZeneca Gothenburg, Sweden.  The successful candidate will undertake an independent research programme while working alongside our scientists who are actively investigating the molecular mechanisms of novel nuclear hormone ligands.  This project will complement our current research, capitalising on our exciting, unpublished findings on the temporal and tissue-specific role of long non-coding RNA in the regulation of nuclear hormone signalling.

This is an great opportunity to develop both your understanding of drug discovery and development, and your scientific reputation – all while building relationships that could influence the rest of your scientific career.

Click here to find out more about how and where you could take the next big step in your career. For specific questions, please contact Professor Rose Maciewicz at rose.maciewicz@astrazeneca.com

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