The Clore Laboratory has staff with expertise in:
- Molecular Biology
The laboratory has an ethos of an integrated biology approach to the discovery and evaluation of novel control mechanisms in:
- Type 2 diabetes
- Metabolic disease
This integrated approach makes the Clore Laboratory an ideal training and career development centre.
Informal applications and working visits
Current vacancies are listed below but speculative applications for positions, as well as applications from scientists wishing to undertake short-term working visits are always welcome.
Applications including full CV and names of two referees should be sent to:
Professor John Clapham
Dr Mohamed Zaibi
‘Links between adipose tissue expansion, insulin resistance and neuro-inflammation: preventive effects of plant-derived molecules’
- It is expected that applicants will hold (or have completed by the start date) a Master’s degree in life Science or Biomedical Science with a passion for research and drug discovery.
- First class or upper second class undergraduate degree or an equivalent overseas qualification with a high statistical content
- Standard English language entry requirements for the University of Buckingham
- Applicants with good knowledge of cell culture (primary and/or established cell lines), molecular biology (western blotting PCR, RT-PCR) and immuno-enzymatic methods (EIA, ELISA) are encouraged to apply.
If you have any general enquiries about the project please contact:
Dr Mohamed Zaibi: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: +44 (0)1280 820370
Professor John Clapham: email@example.com
How to apply
Please send a CV, covering letter (outlining your academic interests, prior research experience and reasons for wishing to undertake the project) by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information can be found at: PhD opportunity