The laboratory of Prof. Dominique Frueh in the department of Biophysics at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine offers Post-doctoral positions to investigate dynamic modular enzymatic systems related to antibiotics biosynthesis. While we use a multidisciplinary approach, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is our primary technique. We seek candidates with a high expertise in protein production and purification and with an interest in learning advanced biomolecular NMR techniques. The post-doctorant will benefit from our strong expertise in NMR (both applied and theoretical) and from a comfortable setup at Johns Hopkins University (800 MHz, four 600 MHz, two 500 MHz and current expansion in progress). In addition, the laboratory has access to new state-of-the-art wetlab equipment and benefits from the collegial and dynamic framework of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institute. No prior knowledge of NMR is required but a strong motivation to learn the technique is necessary and complete independence in the wetlab is expected. http://biophysics.med.jhmi.edu/BIOPHYS/frueh.html
Outstanding benefits are offered and international candidates are welcomed (see note below) http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/jhpda/
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Interested candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter as well as two letters of references (or contact information) to:
Applications from all countries will be considered but applicants that can arrange for an interview (in one form or another) will be preferred.