As part of the ambitious growth and expansion plans for the Centre, we are seeking an innovative Research Lecturer to join FutureNeuro and complement the existing strengths at RCSI. The College has set a strategic objective to support up-and-coming research leaders to establish world- leading research teams and contribute to the continued development of teaching and world- class research programmes at RCSI.
RCSI’s Strategic Academic Recruitment (StAR) Programme is an ambitious initiative to accelerate the delivery of innovative, impactful research in the health sciences. Under the StAR Programme, RCSI prioritises the nurturing of research talent through the commitment of a wealth of resources, all focused on a collegial academic and teaching environment that encourages each RCSI researcher to develop and grow. To coincide with the launch of FutureNeuro, the SFI Research Centre of Excellence for chronic and rare neurological diseases, RCSI is seeking an ambitious, visionary researcher to embark with us on the latest exciting phase in our research mission in neuroscience.
We are interested in candidates working in any field relevant to brain structure and function and chronic and rare neurological diseases. Research excellence and potential is the primary focus of the recruitment. However, we would particularly welcome applications from individuals working with the following technologies:
- Model organisms (c elegans, drosophila, zebrafish)
- iPS and cerebral organoid research
- Single cell sequencing and/or RNA editing
- Genomic Medicine
- Application of gene editing technology