An exciting opportunity exists for a PhD student based in the
Life Sciences Group (https://www.ill.eu/lsg) at the
Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) in France. The project will focus on
structural characterisation of a DNA transfer machinery and is of
particular relevance to antibiotic resistance. The methods used to
study this system include neutron and X-ray diffraction and
cryo-EM, alongside the powerful range of technology platforms for
structural biology that are available at the Platform for
Structural Biology (PSB - see https://www.psb-grenoble.eu/).
The Grenoble science campus hosts the ILL neutron beam source, the
ESRF synchrotron X-ray source, and is very well equipped for
advanced cryo-EM, including a newly acquired Titan Krios
The student will be based 100% in Grenoble and registered at
Keele University in the UK.
For further information, see
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