Dr Cheryl McFarlane will talk about her career from PhD to postdoc to Assay Development & Validation Manager at Almac Diagnostic Service, and will highlight some job opportunities and upcoming roles suitable for postdocs and PhDs in her department.
In this virtual event, Dr Cheryl McFarlane, former postdoc at Queen's, will share insights on her career, journey and role in Almac Diagnostics. She will be interviewed by one of our current postdocs and will also answer questions that attendees will submit via the chat function.
Almac Diagnostics is currently recruiting for a number of positions relevant to postdocs and PhD graduates and Cheryl will discuss what these roles entail and the profile of candidates they are looking for, in order to enable Queen's postdocs to prepare the best possible applications if interested. These roles are mainly laboratory-based molecular biology roles but all are welcome and Cheryl's experience and career is relevant to people from a range of disciplines.
More about Dr Cheryl McFarlane:
Dr. McFarlane (PhD) has worked for over 15 years in the field of translational molecular oncology and holds the post of Assay Development & Validation Manager at Almac Diagnostic Service where she has responsibility for the development and analytical validation of Clinical Trial Assays and Companion Diagnostic Tests for a range of Global Biopharma clients.
Prior to joining Almac in 2015, Dr McFarlane obtained a PhD from Queen’s University Belfast. She subsequently completed postdoctoral fellowships where she specialised in the identification and validation of novel therapeutic targets in the Ubiquitin Proteasome system.
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