Vacancies 2019

CLOSING DATE:  23:30hrs (local Irish time) on Sunday, 4 August 2019
Applications are invited from Post-Doctoral researchers to conduct research within the Molecular Immunology Laboratory of Professor Paul Moynagh. The laboratory is interested in innate immune signalling and its relevance to inflammatory diseases. Research in the Moynagh lab aims to explore, at the molecular, cellular and whole organism levels, how novel proteins regulate ubiquitination pathways in innate immunity and how this relates to physiology and pathophysiology. The research will combine state-of-the-art approaches in molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, innate immune signalling, genetic and disease models.

Please see the advert for further details.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT POSITION (14 month contract - half-time)
CLOSING DATE:  23.30hrs (local Irish time) Monday 29 July 2019
Applications are invited for a 14 month half-time Research Assistant position in the Human Health Institute, Maynooth University, Ireland. The successful applicant will be joining a research group led by Dr Marion Butler.
Please see the advert for further details

LECTURER (Full-time permanent)
CLOSING DATE:  23.30hrs (local Irish time) Sunday 28 July 2019

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PHD POSITION (Full-time)
CLOSING DATE:  noon (IST) Tuesday 23rd July 2019. Interviews will be held in mid-late July.

Applications are sought for a highly ambitious PhD Student to conduct research within the Allergy,
Inflammation & Remodelling Research (AIRR) Laboratory of Dr. Joanne Masterson.
Please see the advert:  4 year Full-time PhD Studentship (Allergy, Inflammation & Remodelling) for further details.

CLOSING DATE:  23:30hrs (local Irish time) on Sunday, 21 July 2019.
We are seeking to recruit post-doctoral researcher for one year (0.8 FTE) to work on a project to isolate, identify and characterise antimicrobial peptides from insect larvae. The ideal candidate will have experience in protein isolation and label free mass spectrometry. The position will be based in the Medical Mycology Laboratory of Professor Kevin Kavanagh and involve close collaboration with industry.
     Antimicrobial peptides are an important part of the humoral immune response of insects and rapidly arrest the development of pathogens in vivo. This project will seek to utilise selected antimicrobial peptides for the control of drug-resistant bacterial and fungal pathogens.
Please see the advert for further details.