Claxton Research Fellow 2019
-MSc degree position available for 1 year.
This project is part of a long-term series of research projects on the role of inflammation and circadian rhythms in macular degeneration. The project will continue in July 2019. Part of the role involves clinical sessions with Mr Mark Cahill, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital and part of the role is clinical research/ lab based in Trinity College Dublin and its associated facilities with Prof. Matthew Campbell. The clinical research involves direct patient contact performing clinical assessments, investigations and taking bloods for analysis. The circadian differences are measured based on an individual’s sleep/wake cycle and testing is conducted in the morning and evening for comparison. The project has funding available.
Interested Candidates should email their CVs to Mark Cahill (email@example.com)
Closing date for applications: March 29th 2019
For more information please contact Mark Cahill
27th February 2019