Applications are invited from creative and self-motivated scientists with a track record of excellence in high throughput screening, cell biology, structural biology or computational chemistry from academia or industry. The successful candidates will join a multidisciplinary research programme at CCBT that aims to pioneer new approaches for the modulation of intracellular signalling pathways altered in human diseases using small-molecule tools, and for the generation and testing of new therapeutic concepts.

General Key criteria are as follows:

  • Candidates may come from academic or industrial backgrounds. Consideration will be given to candidates who hold (a) a relevant Masters degree with several years’ relevant experience, OR (b) a PhD with or without subsequent postdoctoral experience.
  • An excellent track record of achievement is essential, reflected in peer-reviewed publications (for candidates from academic backgrounds) or in the documented delivery of scientific programmes, milestones or objectives (for candidates from industry).
  • A working knowledge of methods for small-molecule lead discovery would be an advantage, but is not essential (particularly for academic candidates).
  • Candidates must be capable of excellent teamwork in a fast-paced, multidisciplinary environment, where meeting timelines will be essential.

A proforma summary of job responsibilities and positions are listed under each functional head:

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High Throughput Screening [Closed]

Structural Biology [Closed]


Vivo Biology[Closed]

Cell Biology [Open]

Computational Chemistry [Open]