Applications are invited for Research Career Development Fellowships to be held in the Sainsbury Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. With the intention of nurturing the next generation of researchers in the field of plant science, the Fellowships provide an opportunity for talented junior investigators to develop their own research program and become creative leaders in the field.The Sainsbury Laboratory is a new research institute, providing an outstanding scientific environment. It has excellent resources and core facilities, with state-of-the-art equipment and instrumentation including growth rooms, glasshouses, microscopy and computing facilities. It provides a collaborative atmosphere where young scientists can take risks in a supportive environment. The University of Cambridge offers a high concentration of talented plant and developmental biologists and computational researchers, and East Anglia has an unprecedented concentration of research centres dedicated to plant biology. what does it Covers:Funds include full salary, benefits and £40,000 p.a. of unrestricted research support.
The positions are open to applicants of any nationality. Applicants should typically have between 3 and 6 years of postdoctoral experience in a field related to the overall scientific focus of the Laboratory in plant development and its computational modelling. Applicants should be able to provide strong evidence of their potential to develop independent research programs.