We are always interested in meeting people who are enthusiastic about undertaking high quality research and addressing new challenges in biomechanics and related fields.
Appointments are advertised on this page and at jobs.rvc.ac.uk
CBS-0117-16 - Postdoctoral Research Associate
CBS-0123-16 - Postdoctoral Researcher in Biomechanics
CBS-0121-16 - Research Technician in Biomechanics
CBS-0122-16 - Research Technician in Vertebrate Anatomical Imaging
If you would like to be involved in or contribute to our research, please send a brief CV and letter of interest to one of the faculty members listed on our People page.
Regular Events in The Structure & Motion Laboratory
The Structure & Motion Lab is a multi-disciplinary, diverse and stimulating place to work. Whatever your level or scientific background, you can expect to learn and develop as a research scientist here. We run a regular programme of activities to share and communicate many aspects of our work within the group.This includes weekly internal seminars led by members of the lab or visiting scientists.
PhD Studentships in The Structure & Motion Laboratory
Our PhD students come from a range of science backgrounds, usually with a 2:1 or higher degree in a mathematical / engineering / zoological or related subject. Please see the RVC's Postgraduate pages for details on how to apply. Our PhD studentships are also advertised on www.findaphd.com.
Interested in studying science at university?
The RVC offers the top rated animal and biological science courses in the UK. Graduates from our BSc Bioveterinary Sciences degree work in a broad range of fields across the world and we also offer a variety of taught MSc and research degrees.
Work experience placements
One or two work experience placements are available to Sixth Form students interested in a career in science. Please direct your enquiry to Grace Sim, Outreach Development Manager.
To find out what work experience in this lab is like, here is a selection of reports from students in previous years:
Please note that the Structure & Motion Laboratory is not the most suitable placement if you are interested in a career as a practising veterinary surgeon.