The Deindl group (www.deindl-lab.com) is recruiting a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher with a natural talent and strong motivation to identify and solve scientific problems. He/she will carry out cryo- EM or X-ray crystallographic and biochemical studies to study the mechanisms of chromatin-associated protein complexes in the framework of a recently awarded ERC grant.
The Deindl laboratory is an interdisciplinary group of scientists led by Assistant Professor Sebastian Deindl. The group combines an integrated structural biology (Cryo-EM, X-ray crystallography, XL-MS, SAXS) approach with single-molecule imaging (smFRET) to obtain a quantitative and mechanistic understanding of protein complexes involved in human disease states.
The postdoc will work in close collaboration with other structural biologists, biophysicists, and biochemists, but is expected to run his/her own project independently. A strong track record from experimental projects, a passion for science and good interpersonal skills are prerequisites for the position.
The researcher will benefit from access to state-of-the-art facilities for all relevant techniques. The SciLifeLab cryo-EM facility features state-of-the-art equipment, including a Titan Krios and Talos Arctica armed with the latest generation direct electron detectors and a modern computational infrastructure.
Please see http://deindl-lab.com/ for more information about the research in the Deindl lab.
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