Postdoc in Protein NMR - University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA

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posted: Jan 21 2010

Two postdoctoral positions are available in the group of Tobias Ulmer at the University of Southern California (USC).

One position focuses on the characterization of intrinsically unstructured proteins that underlie conformational diseases (e.g. a-synuclein and Parkinson’s disease). The second position examines the mechanism of signal transduction of cell surface receptors across the membrane (e.g. integrin cell-adhesion receptors).

The laboratory is host to a cryo-probe equipped Bruker 700 NMR spectrometer, a full range of biophysical instruments (ITC, CD, fluorescence, light scattering, electron microscope) and, on a collaborative basis, has access to X-ray diffractometer and EPR spectrometer. The lab is characterized by a creative and collegial atmosphere of highly motivated individuals. For more information, including publication list, see

USC is one of the leading research universities, located in one of the most interesting global cities with the year-round comfortable climate of Southern California (

How to apply

Interested candidates, with a background in either solution NMR spectroscopy or X-ray crystallography of proteins, should email a CV and the names of two references to tulmer at

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