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Postdoctoral Research Associate in NMR-based Omics Approaches

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Nottingham, Nottinghamshire (GB)
Grade G (£29,762 - £34,475 p.a.)
Closing date
28 Aug 2022

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Full Time
Accreditation Requirements
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  Postdoctoral Research Associate in NMR-based Omics Approaches.

This role will involve working on the group's NMR 'food-omics' workstream. The Wilson group covers a range of areas spanning human, animal and environmental medicine and combining interdisciplinary approaches to deliver clinically-actionable solutions to real-world problems. We currently have two postdoctoral staff and eleven PhD students working within the group. 

You'll be responsible for managing our flagship project on benchtop NMR for food authenticity, as well as working with the institutional and external high field facilities to further process samples. You'll cover the spectrum of NMR experimental work from designing and implementing pulse sequences, sample preparation and data acquisition through to spectral assignment and data analysis. You'll work with the senior Research Fellow/Group Manager to cascade train new colleagues and postgraduates to ensure a high level of NMR-based skills in the group. Additionally, you'll form an integral part of grant and manuscript preparation as part of the senior team within the group.

If you've any queries about this role, please contact Prof. Philippe Wilson, Professor of One Health:

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