My group at the Institut für Physikalische Biologie at Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf is seeking to fill a
PhD position in structural biology and bioinorganic chemistry (f/m/d)
for a DFG-funded project within the DFG Priority Program 1927 “Iron-Sulfur for Life”.
The successful candidate for this position will focus on studying the structure and molecular mechanisms of [FeFe] hydrogenases using X-ray crystallography in combination with biochemical and spectroscopic methods. For more information about our team and research please visit our homepage: http://www.ipb.hhu.de/unsere-teams/arbeitsgruppen/arbeitsgruppe-span.html.
Candidates should have a strong background in chemistry and biochemistry. Prior research experience in X-ray crystallography and metalloproteins is desirable but not required. Candidates should also have strong communication skills, the ability to conduct research, to prepare manuscripts and presentations independently, and the ability and willingness to work with graduate and undergraduate students in the laboratory.
Interested applicants who have (or are anticipated to have) a Master’s degree in biochemistry, chemistry, biophysics or a closely related discipline should send a short cover letter describing their research interests and motivation for joining the lab, Curriculum vitae, and contact information of three referees to Jun.-Prof. Dr. Ingrid Span (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please feel free to contact me for questions regarding the position or detailed information on the project. Review of application materials will begin December 01, 2019. The position will remain open until filled.
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Ingrid Span
Institut für Physikalische Biologie
Gebäude 26.11, Ebene U1, Raum 24
Telefon: +49 211 81-15582
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