Latest updates from the Rosalind Franklin Institute
We are offering researchers the opportunity to spend a funded research sabbatical at the Rosalind Franklin Institute. The goal of the scheme is to disseminate expertise in the imaging of cells and tissues through the workflow of pFIB and cryoET. We are pleased to offer these sabbaticals thanks to funding from Wellcome through the Electrifying Life Sciences grant. Researchers are expected to base themselves fully at the Franklin for a period of 6-12 months.
We are searching for students to join our next cohort of PhD students to begin in October 2022.
We are hosting a technical showcase on our structural biology programmes on July 19th. Take part in our showcase to find out more about our cryo-ET and sample preparation workflows, meet the team, and tour our facility.
Come and join us! We are currently recruiting for a number of science roles: