Job title: Postdoctoral Research Assistant (molecular motors)
Job closes: 21-June-2017
A post-doctoral researcher position is available in the Structural Motility laboratory directed by Anne Houdusse to undertake research on molecular motors. In collaboration with cell biologists
and biophysicists, the project aims at understanding the precise cellular role of cytoskeleton motors important for tumour proliferation
using a combination of state-of-the-art cell biology, biochemistry and structural biology. The studies are a collaborative effort between the laboratories of the structural biologist Anne Houdusse, expert in molecular motors and the
cell biologists Phong Tran and Bruno Goud, both from the same department (UMR 144) at Curie Institute.
I am looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated Ph.D. graduates with a strong publication record and expertise in molecular biology, biochemistry, X-ray crystallography or electron microscopy who will welcome working in an interdisciplinary group with a friendly atmosphere and excellent resources. Experience with structure determination by crystallographic methods or EM is a must. Please send a CV, a one-page research experience summary and contact information of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write “Post-doctoral position” in the subject header.