To the ccp4bb community,
The Structural Biology Initiative ( https://asrc.gc.cuny.edu/structbio ) of the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center has an available position for an X-ray Crystallography Facility Manager (Research Assistant Professor) starting immediately.
The CUNY Advanced Science Research Center is a new cutting-edge research institution located in New York City, bringing together five Initiatives whose research areas span many length scales: Structural Biology, Nanoscience, Photonics, Neuroscience, and Environmental Science. The Structural Biology Initiative (SBI) features seven tenure-track and research faculty members, pursuing research problems across biological and chemical topics using techniques as diverse as X-ray diffraction, cryo-EM, NMR, solution biophysics, and advanced microscopy. The SBI also hosts state-of-the-art core facilities in three different areas: nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, mass spectrometry (MS), and X-ray crystallography.
The Structural Biology Initiative seeks a Facility Manager/Research Assistant Professor for the X-ray Macromolecular Crystallography Facility, which is already equipped with a Rigaku Alchemist DT liquid handler, two ARI Gryphon crystallization robots, and two Rigaku Minstrel DT crystal imagers at room temperature and 4°C. The selected candidate will be responsible not only for directing day-to-day operations of the facility in concert with users from the ASRC and externally, but also for developing an independent research program that leverages emerging technologies in X-ray crystallography.
The ASRC is located in upper Manhattan, immediately adjacent to the New York Structural Biology Center (NYSBC), a consortium of CUNY and eight other New York academic institutions with world-class cryo-EM, NMR, and X-ray facilities on-site and at Brookhaven National Laboratory. BNL, located just 70 miles from the ASRC, includes a newly constructed synchrotron, National Synchrotron Light Source II, which opened in 2015. NSLS-II is now the brightest synchrotron light source in the United State, offering X-rays that are 10,000x brighter than the original NSLS. The ASRC Structural Biology Initiative has access to several cutting-edge microfocus beamlines equipped for automated crystal handling and data collection at NSLS-II, including the NYX beamline via CUNY’s membership in NYSBC and the AMX and FMX beamlines via proposals.
Please find more detailed information about the position and officially apply via the following URL:
Review of applications will begin on October 16.
Daniel A. Keedy, Ph.D.
Structural Biology Initiative, CUNY Advanced Science Research Center
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, City College of New York
Biochemistry and Chemistry Ph.D. Programs, CUNY Graduate Center
www.keedylab.org | email@example.com (NOT @asrc) | 212-413-3246
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