To qualify for appointment the applicant must have a PhD degree in a relevant discipline such as the life sciences, medicine, biotechnology or similar. Particular importance is given to scientific excellence. Candidates should preferably also have a strong publication record. The project involves protein expression, FPLC chromatography, protein crystallization and structure determination. Applicants are expected to have proven records in several of those areas. Practical knowledge in functionality assays of transporters (e.g., in proteoliposomes) and general DNA cloning is advantageous. A broad knowledge in protein science is expected.
Scholarship Deadline: 2011-12-18
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