Our current vacancies

CÚRAM continues to have vacancies on an ongoing basis for MSc, PhD and Postdoctoral researchers in projects associated with the development of biomaterials, biomedical engineering, tissue engineering, biology, biochemistry, cell biology, veterinary medicine and medicine based platforms.  Candidates interested in gaining experience in preclinical experience are also sought.

Please send an up-to-date CV outlining your research interests in these areas of research to curam@nuigalway.ie

PhD Opportunities - EPSRC CDT lifETIME

The Universities of Glasgow, Birmingham, Aston and Galway have won an EPSRC-SFI Centre for Doctoral Training - the lifETIME CDT

The CDT is looking for life scientists, engineers, chemists, physicists, mathematicians and clinicians wishing to undertake PhDs to develop new non-animal drug screening technologies such as 3D human cell containing tissues, microfluidic chips, sensing technologies, bioprocessing scale-up technologies, and predictive modelling etc. The CDT is designed to develop a new UK industry in enhanced drug screening to provide better medicines. Successful candidates can choose to study in Universities in Glasgow, Birmingham, Aston or Galway.

For further information please visit: lifETIME

To apply for a lifETIME CDT position in NUI Galway, please find details here: PhD Fellowship – lifETIME CDT NUI Galway

Postdoctoral Researcher - Nanotherapeutics for brain disorders

This project is funded by CÚRAM, the National Centre for Research in Medical Devices, backed by Science Foundation Ireland and industry funding.

This post will be located in a multidisciplinary environment at the interface between the pharmacodelivery group and the neuroscience group in the state-of-the-art facilities in the School of Pharmacy at UCC. It will be co-supervised by Profs John F Cryan and Caitriona O’Driscoll.

To apply, please submit a short cover letter detailing your suitability and interest in the post, a Curriculum Vitae and the names of two referees to Prof John F Cryan, cryanlab@ucc.ie or Prof Caitriona O’Driscoll, odriscolllab@ucc.ie, on or before the closing date 31 May 2019. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

To apply, download details here: Postdoctoral Researcher - Nanotherapeutics for brain disorders