My group is seeking highy motiviated applicants for two post-doctoral research associate positions, available immediately. Both projects are geared towards understanding the effect of ligands on membrane protein dynamics using cryo-EM and image analysis methods. One is funded by an American Heart Association Innovative Research Award and the other by the Pharma company Servier.
We are located at the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC), in the heart of Manhattan. The ASRC offers a highly interactive and collaborative environment that integrates structural biologists with colleagues in neuroscience, photonics, nanoscience and environmental sciences. Combining world-class experts in these areas with state-of-the-art instrumentation both at the ASRC and at the adjacent New York Structural Biology Center, including several FEI Titan cryo-electron microscopes, the ASRC offers a unique opportunity for research programs to flourish among normally-disparate fields.
Our laboratory studies the structure, function and dynamics of macromolecular complexes involved in cell homeostasis using cryo-electron microscopy. We are looking for applicants with experience in structural and molecular biology. Knowledge of model-building and molecular dynamics are a plus, but experience in electron microscopy is not required.
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Amedee des Georges
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