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To post a job advertisement on this page, please contact Jennie Evans. Note that this service is free to BSI members and their institutions, as well as our corporate members. There is a small charge of £100 for non-members who wish to advertise. 

Please note, all job vacancies are posted as soon as they are received, and are cleared after the closing date, or after three months, if one is not specified.

For more information about the vacancies, please click on the links below. You may also find it helpful to have a look at our funding opportunities page

Current vacancies

Newcastle University Academic Track Fellowships

Newcastle University has launched a new large-scale recruitment process for highly motivated early career researchers who are ready to take the first steps towards building their independent careers.  They would particularly welcome applications in the field of immunology, inflammation and immunotherapy. The offer takes the form of a 5-year Academic Track fellowship including: five years' salary (£40,792 - £48,676); initial fixed term appointment with expected progression to an open-ended faculty contract, subject to formal review after 3-4 years; start-up costs and ongoing research expenses (up to £50k, subject to research programme needs); funding for a PhD student associated with your research project; dedicated mentors with world-class expertise and significant research management experience; the opportunity to join and participate in our world-class research centres and facilities; extensive training opportunities including a bespoke personal development plan; peer support from a cross-disciplinary cohort of talented early career researchers providing further networking, development and collaboration opportunities; support for mobility to work with external partners provision for career breaks and career break returners; full flexibility to incorporate job share and less-than-full-time working; funds to overcome potential barriers to career development associated with protected characteristics.  

 For more details, please see the NUAcT webpage or contact the III Theme leads, Sophie Hambleton or Andrew Mellor.

Newcastle University
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Miltenyi Biotec opportunities

Miltenyi Biotec is a team of more than 2,300 scientists, physicians, engineers, marketers and numerous other specialists, passionate about driving biomedical progress towards curing severe diseases. They offer a wide range of positions in the biomedical field with individual responsibility at all entry levels – for the experienced professional as well as for the graduate student. Miltenyi Biotec are currently recruiting for multiple positions suitable for candidates with an immunology backgrounds. These positions are based at three separate sites in Germany - Bergisch Gladbach, Teterow and Radolfzell am Bodensee.  The company language is English, but German lessons are provided as well. Please click on the link below to search their careers site for opportunities in Germany.

Miltenyi Biotec
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Postdoctoral Researcher in Innate Immunity in Inherited Cardiomyopathy

A well-trained, highly motivated and academically excellent Postdoctoral Researcher is sought to join the Inherited Heart Muscle Disease Group led by Professor Hugh Watkins FRS FMedSci at the University of Oxford. A significant focus for the post is to investigate the role of the innate immune system in cardiac tissue remodelling in response to dysfunctional cardiomyocytes carrying myofilament mutation(s) using the HCM mouse models.  The work will employ the cutting-edge single cell genomic approaches, well-established in vivo mouse models, advanced immunological and imaging techniques (e.g. FACSymphony, cell sorting, CyTOF, two-photon confocal fluorescence microscopy, and light sheet microscopy), leading to the identification of new targets for therapy for families with cardiomyopathy. You will hold a PhD degree in immunology, molecular and cell biology or similar and have the capacity to deliver high quality research outputs, as illustrated by a strong publication record in high profile immunological journals. Proven experience in macrophage biology is desirable. This full-time appointment is on a fixed term until 9 September 2023 and you will work under the supervision of Professor Houman Ashrafian, Professor Charles Redwood and Professor Hugh Watkins in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine in collaboration with Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo at the MRC Human Immunology Unit at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine. You will be based at the Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics, Roosevelt Drive, Oxford.

University of Oxford
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