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Insect Infection Studies Research Assistant Job @ Pirbright Institute UK

Insect Infection Studies Research Assistant Job @ Pirbright Institute UK

Insect Infection Studies Research Assistant Job @ Pirbright Institute UK: We are a world leading centre of excellence in research and surveillance of virus diseases of farm animals and viruses that spread from animals to humans. We receive strategic funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), and work to enhance capability to contain, control and eliminate these economically and medically important diseases through highly innovative fundamental and applied bioscience. Insect Infection Studies Research Assistant Job @ Pirbright Institute UK

Insect Infection Studies Research Assistant Job @ Pirbright Institute UK

Research assistant

The successful candidate will support the group leader by establishing and maintaining mosquito colonies for use within the EU-funded Infravec2 project. You will be assisting with insect infection studies and responding to requests for uninfected and infected insects via the TransNational Access (TNA) service of Infravec2.

Reference: 17P-98I

Published: Mon, 17/07/2017

Applications end: Thu, 17/08/2017

Contract length: Fixed term until 31st January 2021

Salary: Up to £31,553

Department: ntegrative entomology

PDF: PDF icon 17P-98.pdf

Insect Infection Studies Research Assistant Job @ Pirbright Institute UK

View Original Notification: https://www.pirbright.ac.uk/jobs/research-assistant-2/?source=biochemadda

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