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[ccp4bb] Multiple positions available in the Fischerlab @Dana-Farber / Harvard Med

Multiple postdoctoral positions are available in the Fischer lab to work on structural biology of ubiquitin ligase complexes, and therapeutic programs in the ubiquitin system. These positions are fully funded, and successful candidates will be part of a vibrant and collaborative community at Dana-Farber Chemical Biology and Harvard Medical School.

Details can be found here:

The Fischer Lab at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is a Structural and Chemical Biology lab that combines molecular biology, computational biology, structural biology and chemistry with various ‘Omics’ techniques such as proteomics to study the pathways and protein complexes involved in the regulation of protein abundance via the ubiquitin proteasome system that are often associated with human diseases, including cancer. The Fischer lab integrates structural biology, molecular biology and computational guided approaches to address fundamental questions about the mechanistic principles that govern signaling through the ubiquitin proteasome system.

Our laboratory is based at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Longwood Center and is an affiliate of the BCMP department at Harvard Medical School. We are affiliated with state of the art facilities for structural biology (cryo-EM, X-ray crystallography, NMR), chemistry, biophysics, cellular imaging, etc. and the lab also has expertise and equipment for mass spectrometry including Orbitrap Lumos tribrid mass spectrometers. Join our highly interactive team of scientists, postdocs, graduate students and technicians to work on fundamental problems of greatest significance.

Please include a statement of motivation and references with your application. Apply online or contact fischeradmin(at)crystal.harvard.edu


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