The London Research Institute conducts comprehensive PhD and Postdoc training programmes, and are supported by highly trained scientific and administrative staff.
Postdoctoral Fellows at the London Research Institute (LRI) work in a stimulating, interactive and international scientific environment with excellent facilities, extensive seminar series and a strong collaborative culture.
Our Institute has an international reputation for innovative research into the basic biology of cancer and is committed to training the next generation of research scientists.
Our four year LRI Postdoc Programme is part of this commitment - roughly 80% of our postdocs stay in science when they leave the LRI, and nearly a third leave to set up their own research groups. Our postdocs also benefit from living and working in one of the world's greatest scientific, cultural and cosmopolitan capitals.
LRI postdoctoral fellowships are tenable for four years with starting salaries from £28,500 - £33,039 plus an additional location allowance of £2,470 (Clare Hall Labs) or £3,750 (Lincoln's Inn Fields Labs) and pension benefits.
Our Research Group Leaders welcome enquiries and applications from motivated and outstanding prospective postdocs committed to a scientific career. You can find out more about being a postdoc at the LRI via the left-hand links.
You can find out more about our Research Groups from the links below.
- Chromosome biology
- Checkpoint controls
- Cell cycle
- DNA replication and chromosome dynamics
- DNA damage and repair
- Oncogenes and transformation
- Signalling networks
- Control of gene expression
- Molecular and cell biology
- Structural and computational biology
- Tumour biology and cancer models
- Vascular biology
- Differentiation, development and growth control