The ERC-funded group of Associate Professor Sebastian Deindl at the Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab) in Uppsala, Sweden, is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to develop and apply cutting-edge single-molecule fluorescence imaging approaches (e.g., Marklund et al., Nature 2020; Sabantsev et al., Nature Communications 2019) for the study of dynamic chromatin transactions at the single-nucleosome level. 

The researcher should have a documented background in experimental biophysics/optics and a creative and self-motivated personality, the ability to work in a team, and excellent communication skills in English.

Applications and queries about the group should be sent to Sebastian Deindl by email (sebastian.deindl@icm.uu.se). Applications should include a letter of motivation stating research interests and expertise, a CV, and the contact information of at least two references. 

Laboratory web page:http://deindl-lab.com

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Sebastian Deindl, Ph.D.
Associate Professor (tenured)
EMBO Young Investigator
Wallenberg Academy Fellow

Department of Cell and Molecular Biology
Uppsala University
Phone: +46 (0) 70 840 0496
Email: sebastian.deindl@icm.uu.se

Web: http://deindl-lab.com

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