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Currently we do not have any open positions - but feel free to send us your CV/resume.

PhD students

You can apply through the Wellcome Trust PhD Programme.
In the meantime, Stephen C. Stearns' "Advice for Graduate Students" and Raymond B. Huey's reply is a good read.

Rotation Students


Research Technician

A Research Technician position is available in the joint group of Prof. Fotis C. Kafatos and Dr. George K. Christophides whose work encompasses innate immunity and functional genomics of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae.

We require a highly-motivated technician to work on a research programme that focuses on molecular biology of the malaria parasite and its mosquito vector. The person appointed will be responsible for assisting with the day-to-day management of the laboratory and participate in ongoing research projects.

You should have previous work experience as a technician in a molecular biology laboratory, and have the ability to demonstrate excellent organisational skills and competence in molecular biology techniques. Additionally, you must have excellent verbal and written communication and basic computer skills. You should be able to work independently and also as part of the team.

This post is initially for 3 years with a possibility of extension dependent on circumstances at the time of review.

For an application form please visit: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment/applicationformnonacademic

For further details or to send back your application form please contact:
Rabeya Sultana, BioMalPar Administrator, Cell & Molecular Biology Imperial College London, Sir Alexander Fleming Building, South Kensington Campus, London SW7 2AZ
or email

Call conference interviews are possible for international candidates.

Closing date: 18 August 2006.

“Valuing diversity and committed to equality of opportunity”


Transcriptomics Technical Manager MJ129/05