Join the PD-MitoQUANT team!

We have the following positions currently open.

Title: Post-Doctoral Position in Parkinson’s research
Department: Physiology and Medical Physics, RCSI
Tenure: Specified Purpose, Full time for up to 2 years 

Location: RCSI, St. Stephens Green Dublin and Centre for Systems Medicine, Ireland
Reporting to: Prof. Jochen Prehn, Department of Physiology and Medical Physics and Centre for Systems Medicine and Dr Orla Watters, Department of Physiology and Medical Physics and Centre for Systems Medicine

Salary: Dependent on the level of experience and based on the most current IUA Researcher’s Salary Scales IUA Researcher’s Salary Scales.

As part of the EU-funded Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) project PD-MitoQUANT consortium, a two-year full-time Post-Doctoral position is now available in the Centre for Systems Medicine (CSM) and the Department of Physiology and Medical Physics, RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland), utilising molecular and cell imaging techniques to investigate the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in Parkinson’s.

Application information:

Informal Enquiries to:

Prof. Jochen Prehn

Dr. Orla Watters

Application:

Please apply with your CV and contact details for references:

For more information, click here.

Title: Programme and Data Manager
Department: Physiology and Medical Physics, RCSI
Tenure: Part Time or Full Time (flexible) – (devoted to the PD-MitoQUANT project) 

Location: RCSI, St. Stephens Green Dublin and Centre for Systems Medicine, Ireland
Reporting to: Prof. Jochen Prehn, Department of Physiology and Medical Physics and Centre for Systems Medicine and Dr. Niamh Connolly, Department of Physiology and Medical Physics and Centre for Systems Medicine

As part of the EU-funded Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) project PD-MitoQUANT consortium, a position is now available in the Centre for Systems Medicine (CSM) and the Department of Physiology and Medical Physics, RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland), utilising molecular and cell imaging techniques to investigate the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in Parkinson’s.

The objective of this post is to manage and co-coordinate the research, data management, dissemination and commercialization activities of the IMI2 JU PD-MitoQUANT consortium, which is investigating the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in Parkinson’s. This includes promoting the interaction of the academic and industrial partners of the consortium and Prof Prehn’s team to facilitate novel avenues of research support and industry-academia collaborations.

Application Information:

Informal Enquiries can be directed to:

Prof Jochen Prehn, Professor of Physiology & Director at the Centre for Systems Medicine

Application:

Please apply with CV and cover letter and include the contact details for two references to

For more information, click here.