Postdoc in Solid State NMR of Membrane proteins - Natl. High Magnetic Field Lab., Florida, USA

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posted: January 19 2010

Two postdoc positions are available immediately in solid state NMR of membrane proteins in the research group of Prof. Cross at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.

Spectroscopy will be conducted on a range of instruments from 400 to 900 MHz. Applicants with experience in NMR, preferably biological solid state NMR are encouraged to apply. This NIH funded science is focused on the characterization of potential drug targets for fighting TB and Influenza. While much of the lab's focus has been on aligned samples, magic angle spinning approaches for characterizing these important membrane protein targets will be pursued. It has become increasing clear that these proteins must be characterized in lipid bilayer environment. Solid state NMR is becoming the key technology for the characterization of membrane proteins.

How to apply

Please send a CV and the names and addresses of three references to Prof. Cross if you are interested. Additional information is also available upon request.

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