funded by FPI-MINECO, is currently available at the Structural Glycobiology Group, Structural Biology Unit,
The Structural Glycobiology Group
) investigates the structural determinants and the modulation of substrate specificity of proteins involved in the biosynthesis/degradation and modification of glycans. We use a multidisciplinary approach including X-ray Crystallography, Small Angle X-ray Scattering, Electron Microscopy, Protein Biophysics, Protein Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, to elucidate mechanistic aspects of these processes at the molecular level.
We are seeking a highly motivated candidate, with a Master Degree in Structural Biology, Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Physics or related fields, and a clear interest in Structural Biology/Glycans/Bacterial pathogenesis. Candidates should submit a CV, a copy of their academic records as well as the average grade of their finished studies, and the e-mail addresses of potential references, no later than August 20th
, to Prof. Marcelo Guerin at firstname.lastname@example.org
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