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Quadram Institute Bioscience provides a stimulating and rewarding environment to work in. Research Leaders lead groups using multidisciplinary approaches to tackling major societal challenges of  treating disease , food innovation & improving health.

The Quadram Institute is part of the Norwich Research Park, which is home to 6 institutions carrying out world class research, an internationally renowned university, a major hospital with clinical research facilities and around 30 science and IT based businesses. With over 11,000 people including 3,000 scientists and clinicians and an annual research spend of over £100 million, the Norwich Research Park is Europe’s leading centre for research in Food, Health and the Environment.

Quadram Institute Bioscience benefits from its location on the edge of Norwich, combining a pleasant location set in 230 hectares of parkland with proximity to Norwich, a vibrant city that mixes the past and the future to make an inspiring place to live and work.

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Science

Applications Close: 04 November 2020

Research Scientist (B12 Health)

Applications are invited for a Research Scientist to join the Laboratory of Prof Martin Warren in the Food Innovation and Health Programme at Quadram Institute Bioscience (QIB), based in Norwich, UK. Background: Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is unique among the vitamins in that it is...

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Science

Applications Close: 04 November 2020

Research Scientist (Bacterial Microcompartments)

Applications are invited for a Research Scientist to join the Laboratory of Prof Martin Warren in the Food Innovation and Health Programme at Quadram Institute Bioscience (QIB), based in Norwich, UK. Background: Many bacteria within the human GI-tract microbiota have the ability to produce...

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Science

Applications Close: 04 November 2020

Research Scientist (B12 Assay)

Applications are invited for a Research Scientist to join the Laboratory of Prof Martin Warren in the Food Innovation and Health Programme at Quadram Institute Bioscience (QIB), based in Norwich, UK. Background: The global incidence of vitamin B12 deficiency is alarmingly high and increasing,...

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Applications Close: 11 November 2020

Microbiome Technician (PEARL-AGE)

Applications are invited for a Microbiome Technician to join the Laboratory of Dr Falk Hildebrand in the Gut Microbes and Health Programme at Quadram Institute Bioscience (QIB), based in Norwich, UK. The role: This is an ERC-funded position about large longitudinal studies running at...

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Studentship

Applications Close: 23 November 2020

Talpid3 and endothelial cells (ROBINSON_Q21DTP2)

Angiogenesis is the formation of blood vessels from pre-exisiting vessels. Angiogenesis is essential for maintaining healthy physiological processes and for the revascularisation of tissues later in life (e.g. after an injury). In this project you will be investigating the the role of Talpid3, an...

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Applications Close: 23 November 2020

Metabolism of the human gut symbiont Ruminoccocus gnavus at the mucosal surface (JUGE_Q21DTP)

This PhD studentship provides an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to address fundamental questions on the spatial adaptation and metabolism of gut symbionts and acquire state-of-the art in both in silico and in vivo approaches. The human body harbours a diverse and dense...

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Applications Close: 23 November 2020

Modelling metabolic capability and phylogeny of host and environmental niche adaptation in E. coli (MATHER_Q21DTP)

The species Escherichia coli is a complex group of organisms which is found in a wide range of vertebrate animal hosts. The ability to colonise a given host is critical for E. coli and will require a different strategies, thus allowing for the evolution...

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Applications Close: 23 November 2020

Are bacteria building toxic biofilms in your gut? (NARBAD_Q21DTP2)

Think of a corroded pipe. Now think of an inflamed gut. These conditions may be caused by similar bacteria. Sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB) are anaerobic bacteria, common in the environment and the gastrointestinal tract. They produce corrosive hydrogen sulphide gas, which is known to...

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Self funded studentships / funded scholarships

We welcome applications from students who have or hope to gain scholarships or wish to self-fund their studies. The first step is to identify a research area and if possible a potential supervisor (see our research groups) The second step is to complete an...

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