Research Associate at University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Postdoctoral Position in UK United Kingdom
Research Associate at University of Bristol: The University of Bristol’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences invites applications for two Postdoctoral Research Associate positions in Dr. Bethan Lloyd-Lewis’s laboratory. These roles offer an excellent opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge research on epithelial cell fate dynamics in mammary gland development and breast cancer. The positions are funded for three years starting from September 2024.

Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in Epithelial Cell Fate Dynamics in Tissue Development


  • Research Associate / Senior Research Associate

Research Area

  • Epithelial Cell Fate Dynamics
  • Mammary Gland Development
  • Breast Cancer
  • Tissue Development and Regeneration


  • University of Bristol, Bristol, UK


  • A PhD (or nearing completion) in a relevant biological or biomedical science.
  • Proficiency in fluorescence confocal imaging of live and fixed samples.
  • Experience with transgenic mouse models is preferred.
  • Highly motivated with excellent team-working skills.
  • Strong time management and independent working abilities.
  • Track record commensurate with career stage.

Job Description

  • Conduct independent, high-quality research in epithelial cell fate dynamics.
  • Utilize transgenic lineage tracing mouse models and explant culture techniques.
  • Engage in advanced microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and various -omics methods (scRNA-seq, proteomic).
  • Collaborate with biophysicists and mathematical biologists.
  • Participate in day-to-day project management, data analysis, and result dissemination.
  • Assist in supervising and mentoring junior researchers.

How to Apply

  • For informal inquiries, contact Dr. Bethan Lloyd-Lewis at
  • Interested candidates should submit their applications through the University of Bristol’s job application portal.

Last Date for Apply

  • Applications close on 24th July 2024.

Join the dynamic research team at the University of Bristol and make significant contributions to our understanding of tissue development and cancer biology.



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