The lab has now moved to UCLA, in the USA.
We are always interested to discuss fellowship application with interested researchers!
CLOSED 2017.08.22 Staff Research Associate (Level II)
We are searching for a new research associate for the lab in LA! Please visit this link https://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu and search for Requisition #26550.
This SRAII position will be part of the research group in our lab, which focuses on plant biomechanics and development: the role involves research within a team environment and lab management. We are happy to train! The group provides a dynamic and enjoyable working environment. This is a key role within the research team, which requires a motivated, dynamic, and flexible individual.
CLOSED 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.
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:
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.
CLOSED 2013.12.20 Gatsby PhD Studentship Competition – see here