Open Positions

  • Cancer Computational Research Associate: The Breast Cancer NOW Unit, School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences, at King’s College London, are currently seeking a Research Associate with expertise in machine learning and computer science in the field of translational cancer research to join our efforts in understanding the histological and molecular alterations of triple negative breast cancer. This position will function under the supervision of Dr. Anita Grigoriadis. (Deadline 13-June-2021)

  • Research Associate – Cancer Computational Scientist: Our group in the Breast Cancer NOW Unit, School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences, at King’s College London, is currently seeking a Research Associate with expertise in machine learning and computer science in the field of translational cancer research to join our efforts in understanding the histological and molecular alterations of triple negative breast cancer. This position will function under the supervision of Dr. Anita Grigoriadis. (Deadline 11-April-2021)
  • Bioinformatician: The Breast Cancer NOW Unit, School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences, at King’s College London is seeking a Research Associate with expertise in machine learning and computer science in the field of translational cancer research to join our efforts in understanding the molecular and mechanistic basis of triple negative breast cancer. This position will function under the supervision of Dr. Anita Grigoriadis. (Deadline 29-Nov-2020)
  • CoL Centre and RadNet PhD studentships (Project 2): Prognostic value and functional role of germinal centers in lymph nodes of immunotherapy treated breast cancers. Primary Supervisor: Dr Anita Grigoriadis, Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences, King’s College London. Secondary Supervisor: Dr Dinis Calado Immunity and Cancer Laboratory, The Francis Crick Institute. (Deadline: 12 noon – 16th November 2020)

For potential collaborations, job opportunities and student-placements please contact Dr. Anita Grigoriadis (anita<at>cancerbioinformatics<dot>co<dot>uk ) with a brief description of your interest. If you require bioinformatics expertise in your grant application, please get in touch when you are developing your proposal so that we can advise you on the level of support and time required for the bioinformatics.