An exciting PhD position is available in my lab. The project focuses on investigating the structure and macromolecular organisation of archaeal surface layers and filaments and ultimately aims to employ these self-polymerising proteins in the design of biohybrid microrobotic drug delivery vehicles. You will have the opportunity to work in the unique research environment of the Living Systems Institute (LSI) in Exeter (UK). The LSI is a brand new interdisciplinary research facility, housing biologists, physicists, mathematicians and medical scientists who are pioneering novel approaches to investigate the fundamentals of life. You will have access to state-of-the art cryoEM equipment, including a fully automated Tecnai T12 screening microscope with a Gatan OneView CMOS camera, a 200 kV Talos Arctica equipped with a K2 direct electron detector and a powerful GPU computer cluster for image processing. The position is open as of now.
If you are interested in applying, please follow the link below.
Dr Bertram Daum
Senior Research Fellow
University of Exeter
Living Systems Institute
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