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Cambridge Infectious Diseases

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at The University of Cambridge

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Jobs & Studentships

Job Title Salary Ref Closing Date

Clinical Lecturer in Respiratory Medicine (Fixed Term)


£32,478-£57,444 RC13526 10 Nov

Universities of Cambridge and East Anglia and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Wellcome Trust PhD Programme for Clinicians

£32,478-£57,444 RG13429 13 Nov 2017

Research Assistant

Department of Biochemistry

Development of genetic experimental tools in marine parasite Perkinsus

£25,728-£29,799 PH13587 14 Nov 2017

Research Assistant (Fixed Term)

Department of Medicine

Prof G Dougan Lab CIMR; AMR Theme.

£25,728-£29,799 RC13711 16 Nov 2017

Research Assistant (Fixed Term)

Department of Medicine

Prog G Dougan's lab CIMR; human genetic factors in host susceptibility to Salmonella antimicrobial resistance and infections.

£31,604-£38,833 RC13709 16 Nov 2017

Research Assistant/Associate (Fixed Term)

Department of Pathology

Prof Geoffrey L. Smith's laboratory based in central Cambridge; vaccinia virus proteins.

£25,728-£29,799 or
PK13706 19 Nov 2017

Director of Research in Global Public Health Research

The MRC Epidemiology Unit, a department within the School of Clinical Medicine.

Non-clinical Salary £70,004
Clinical £76,761 - £103,465
SJ13799 24 Nov 2017

Clinical Lecturer in Experimental Medicine: Clinical Pharmacology or Clinical Pharmacology / Respiratory Medicine


£32,478-£57,444 RC13741 27 Nov 2017


External Opportunities

Senior Lecturer/Reader LSTM Senior Lecturer: £39,992 to £50,618, Reader: £52,132 to £64,080.  Looking for candidates with an international reputation for excellent research into the biology and/or control of arboviruses and their vectors. Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017

Research Fellow/LSHTM. The post involves combining mathematical models with surveillance and serological data to examine the dynamics of infection and immunity for antigenically variable pathogens such as influenza and dengue. Funding is until 31st Jan 2020. Closing Date: 1st December 2017.

We regularly update this page with relevant, currently open positions at the University, within the broad field of Infectious Diseases. However for a more comprehensive search, we recommend searching the University's vacancy list directly, and also visiting the web sites of Institutes and Centres affiliated with the University of Cambridge which may have job vacancies not listed centrally. If you are interested in working on a particular topic, within a specific department or with a particular researcher, search our directory, or contact the Coordinator.