Positions

The lab is currently full. We will be moving to the USA in Summer 2017, so stay tuned for postings.

2017.03.10 Research Assistant Position

We are looking for a new Research Assistant, see the advert here. The post is for 6 months and would be a good bridge position for anyone looking to move from PhD to Postdoc. Experience in qPCR and/or RNAseq would be great!

 

CLOSED 2016.08.02 Research Assistant position

Joanna is off to start a PhD, so we are looking for a new Research Assistant! See the advert here. We are searching for a motivated, dynamic and flexible individual to join our team. This position is central within a dynamic and fun research team.

CLOSED 2015.05.11  Technician position

We are searching for a motivated, dynamic and flexible individual to join our team. This position is central within a dynamic and fun research team. See the advert here. Closing date May 31, 2015.

CLOSED 2014.07-08

We have an open post-doc position to study plant cell wall analogues in bacteria and algae. Check it out here!http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/4347/

CLOSED  2014.05.06 UROP Summer Student Internship

We have an open position for a Cambridge undergraduate to work with us for the summer. Check it out here:

http://to.eng.cam.ac.uk/teaching/urops/projects.html#SB-01

CLOSED  2014.04.17 Lewin-Fritsch Prize Studentship in Phycology

This is a competeition for a fully funded PhD at Cambridge. Our project relates to wall mechanics in brown algae.

http://www.plantsci.cam.ac.uk/grads/studentships-data/braybrook1

CLOSED 2013.12.20 Gatsby PhD Studentship Competition – see here

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