We are seeking to appoint a Research Technician in the Department of Physiology to work on leading research to develop novel nanovesicle formulations to deliver therapeutic molecules to lens fibre cells to delay the onset of age-related nuclear cataract.
You will join a well-established group who are looking for someone who can contribute to its growing success by providing technical assistance in a proactive and collaborative way.
This is a central role within the laboratory led by Dr Gus Grey, which is focused on using mass-spectrometry-based imaging technology to understand ocular lens transparency and cataract formation.
The successful applicant will join a multi-disciplinary group to characterise novel nanovesicle formulations as a route for delivering therapeutic molecules to the lens nucleus. The applicant will also be involved in other imaging mass-spectrometry related collaborative projects.