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[ccp4bb] Postdoctoral position

An NIH funded position is open for a Post-doctoral/Research Associate.  There are two exciting projects on the structure/function of the yeast ATP synthase and studies on the structure and function of the Batten gene product, Cln3.    This provides an opportunity for training in any of these areas such as allowing a crystallographer to learn methods in cryo-EM.  Since the ATP synthase and the Cln3 gene product are membrane proteins, we utilize overlapping methods in the studies. We also utilize yeast genetics and _expression_ systems to express and engineer proteins to aid in the purification and structure determination.   While we do not have a cryo-EM facility, we have active collaborations with other labs and get access to national cryo-EM facilities.  We have computers dedicated and designed to run the computational programs used in cryo-EM and x-ray crystallography.   We are located in North Chicago, home of Abbott Labs,  Abbvie and other major pharma companies, and close to Northwestern University and  the city of Chicago.  

Apply for Postdoctoral Research Associate using the link below:

David M. Mueller
IRP 265
Center for Genetic Diseases
The Chicago Medical School
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
3333 Green Bay Road
North Chicago, IL 60064
Office: 847-578-8606
FAX: 847-578-3240

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