CPM Hiring for an Organ-chip Research Technician

27 June 2024

The Centre for Predictive in vitro Models at QMUL is looking for a hard-working research technician with excellent organizational skills and practical expertise in cell culture and related laboratory techniques to help run our state-of-the-art organ-chip facility. The successful candidate will work closely with researchers and other technicians supporting experiments, training users and maintaining our facilities which include commercial platforms from Emulate, Mimetas and CN-Bio as well as in-house systems.

Queen Mary is one of the leading institutions for organ-chip research and development, hosting the Centre for Predictive in vitro Models ( and the new EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Next Generation Organ-on-a-chip Technology. In the last UK Research Excellence Framework (REF21) Queen Mary and was ranked joint 7th in the UK for the quality of research. Find further details and apply at the link below.

Contact: Martin Knight

Updated by: Stefaan Verbruggen