A postdoctoral position, supervised by Associate Professor Catherine Day, is available immediately to investigate the structure and function of components of the protein ubiquitylation pathway.
The position requires a doctoral degree in biochemistry. Applicants must have significant experience purifying and analysing proteins. Preference will be given to those familiar with the analysis of components of the ubiquitylation pathway, or the biophysical analysis of proteins and enzymes. The laboratory is fully equipped for all aspects of molecular biology, protein chemistry, and structural biology.
The appointment is for a period of 2 years, and the successful applicant will be expected to take up the position in 2011, preferably before September.
PhD Scholarship Position in Chemistry The University of Siegen offers following position for a period of up to 4 years in the Chemistry department 1 PhD student position (half position, wage group 13 TV-L/2) Requirements: • […]
Clarendon Fund at University of Oxford We are delighted to announce that the Clarendon Fund has now opened up to all graduate applicants regardless of nationality. From 1 September 2011, all graduate applicants to […]