The Structural Biology Unit ("María de Maeztu" Unit of Excellence, IBMB-CSIC) has five postdoctoral contracts available for a period of up to three years (start July 1st), to be enrolled in the following research projects:
Structural studies of protein-DNA complexes involved in gene transcription regulation.
Biochemistry and molecular biology of proteolytic enzymes and of the host-microbiome interaction.
Development of computational methods in macromolecular crystallography.
Structural studies on mitochondrial DNA regulatory proteins
Genome-wide bioinformatic analysis of nucleosomal DNA topology.
The application deadline is 11th April of 2016.
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We are seeking an enthusiastic highly motivated scientist with proven intellectual and technical abilities to work on at the interface between computational chemistry and biophysics. The overall focus of the programme is the use of modern simulation methods to examine the role of metals in the structure and aggregation of amyloid peptides that are implicated in Alzheimer’s disease.
Applicants must hold a 2:1 or 1st Class Honours degree (or equivalent) in Chemistry, and should also possess a PhD in Computational or Theoretical Chemistry or a closely related area. Informal enquires should be made to Dr James Platts, e-mail Platts@cardiff.ac.uk
This position is full time (35 hours per week), fixed term for 3 years and available from 1 February 2016. Please visit www.cardiff.ac.uk/jobs and search for vacancy number: 4055BR for full details.
Closing date: 11 December 2015