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[Closes 31 Jan 2018] Research Associate in Synthetic Biology at Imperial College

The Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and dynamic Research Associate to join the Imperial Centre for Synthetic Biology (IC-CSynB), on a fixed-term position. The appointee will provide theoretical modelling and design expertise within the centre.

The work will be carried out as part of the research of the Stan and Ouldridge groups, http://www.bg.ic.ac.uk/research/g.stan/group and http://www.imperial.ac.uk/principles-of-biomolecular-systems/.

The post holder will work closely with Drs Ouldridge and Stan, their research groups and other members of IC-CSynB. The appointee will explore the design principles of nucleic-acid based control architectures functioning in an environment of continuous component turnover and potential leak reactions. Subsequently, these findings will be used to develop functional RNA-based systems in vitro and in E. coli in close collaboration with the experimental research associate on the project, Wooli Bae.

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