New opportunity: Institute Director

28 Mehefin 2017

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Hadyn Ellis Building, Cardiff
Hadyn Ellis Building, home of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute.

The European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute is recruiting an ambitious and forward-looking director with the strategic insight and drive to lead the Institute through the next stages of its development as a premier centre for cancer stem cell research.

We are looking for somebody with an outstanding track record to build a world-leading programme of research in the area of stem cells and cancer, and to develop and promote the Institute as a pre-eminent research facility at local, national and international levels.

Professor Jim Murray, Head of the School of Biosciences and Interim Director of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, said,

Professor Jim Murray

This is as an exciting opportunity to develop the strategic direction of the Institute, as well as playing an important role in helping to shape the development of new investments in cancer research and its translation within Cardiff and Wales.

Yr Athro Jim Murray, Professor / Research Division Leader (Molecular Biosciences)

"If you are interested in taking on a senior leadership role within a world-leading, innovative Institute that is at the forefront of cancer research, we would love to hear from you."

Please visit our recruitment website to find out more about the Institute, the role and how to apply.

For an informal discussion on the role, please contact Professor Jim Murray.

Professor Jim Murray

Yr Athro Jim Murray

Professor / Research Division Leader (Molecular Biosciences)

Email:
murrayja1@caerdydd.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 6676

Rhannu’r stori hon

Work within a world-leading, innovative Institute that is at the forefront of cancer research.