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Title: Scientist, X-Ray Crystallography - La Jolla, CA
Website: https://jobs.jnj.com/jobs/4743190515?lang=en-us&previousLocale=en-US

We have exciting opportunities for talented structural biologists to join our team in La Jolla, CA at Janssen Research and Development. Please follow the link for application information.

[Post Date: June 09, 2019]

Title: Postdoc XFEL Hub at Diamond

A newly funded Wellcome Investigator Award in Science entitled, “Dynamic Structural Biology: New Tools and Strategies for General Applications” has positions for up to four post-doctoral research associates (PDRAs). The principal science drivers include (metallo)enzymes that either make or degrade antibiotics. These include, but are not limited to, isopenicillin N synthase and a broad range of beta-lactamases. We conduct research and development at the forefront of serial and time-resolved macromolecular crystallography. We also work to transfer those techniques that are complementary and synergistic between XFELs, synchrotrons and cryo-EM. Our research and development efforts cross several fronts in biophysics from enzyme kinetics to various types of spectroscopy and includes a variety of serial crystallography experiments at Diamond Light Source and at several XFEL facilities around the world. We are seeking scientists interested in time-resolved structural biology and/or with experience in serial femtosecond crystallography or spectroscopy at XFEL sources.

For more information please contact me. For details and how to apply please follow these links:

Biophysics (Job ID 10149) with an emphasis on enzymes reaction mechanisms.

Computational (Job ID 10187) with an emphasis on serial crystallography data processing and/or molecular dynamics simulations.

Instrumentation / engineering (Job ID 10188) with an emphasis on serial crystallography correlated with X-ray emission spectroscopy collected at storage rings and/or at XFELs.

[Post Date: June 07, 2019]

Title: Postdoc CNRS Lyon

Job opening for a highly motivated structural biologist to join the Biocrystallography and Structural Biology of Therapeutic Targets team at the Molecular Microbiology and Structural Biochemistry Research Unit in Lyon (France).

A 1 year postdoctoral position with support from the Foundation of Innovation in Infectious Diseases “FINOVI” is available to study enzymes from the purine salvage pathway in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. The research project proposed is performed within a consortium of scientists residing in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, and aims at a better understanding of the complex mechanisms with which the enzymes from this pathway operate, by studying the role of new and innovative effector molecules.

Our studies involve a multidisciplinary approach, which combines
molecular- and structural biology along with classical biochemistry, and is done in collaboration with international biology and parasitology groups A Ph.D. degree in biochemistry or biophysics, and a solid experience in both biochemistry and X-ray structure determination are required.
Background knowledge and experience in protein expression and purification is highly desirable, and knowledge in molecular docking and in cryo-Electron Microscopy is a plus.

Lyon is one of the major cities in France and is ideally located in the centre of Europe within two hours of Paris, the Alps and the Mediterranean. It has a strong cultural and intellectual tradition, is widely known as the gastronomic centre of France, and the old town is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The position is available immediately, and interested candidates should send their CV, a letter of interest and the contact information of 3 references to nushin.aghajari@ibcp.fr. Please make sure to use the subject line “application for post-doctoral fellowship FINOVI” in the application email.

[Post Date: June 07, 2019]

Title: Senior Scientist Sanofi Biologics Research
Website: https://sanofi.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/SanofiCareers/job/Framingham-MA/Senior-Scientist--Framingham-MA_R2508190-1

Senior Scientist opportunity in Protein Engineering within Sanofi Biologics Research Framingham/MA

Job Description
A highly motivated structural biologist is sought to join our structural biology team in Protein Engineering within Sanofi US Biologics Research department. We use leading edge crystallography, cryoEM, and computational modeling tools to support different project needs from Sanofi’s multi-targeting multi-modality research pipeline. Our structural biology team has a great track record of publications in the area of biologics characterization, antibody engineering and multi-specific antibodies.

Job role
• Work closely with experienced scientists in a dynamic and highly collaborative global environment.
• Plan with project teams to address their questions of biologics candidate with customized structural biology tools.
• Deliver high quality structural information of antibody antigen complex using crystallography, cryoEM, and HDX-MS as needed.
• Provide structure based analysis and rational design with computational programs to optimize biologics candidate, including epitope analysis and comparison, structure-function relationship, developability risk mitigation, stability, humanization/simianization, and affinity variation.
Basic qualifications
• Ph.D. in protein crystallography, cryoEM, or equivalent with less than 5 years of postdoctoral or industrial experience.
• Proven in-depth knowledge and expertise in protein structural biology and biochemistry demonstrated preferably through principal authorship in peer-reviewed publication(s).
• Specifically, candidate must have extensive experience in protein construct optimization, protein purification, data collection and structure determination either with crystallography or cryoEM with strong protein chemistry skills.
• Expertise in common crystallography or cryoEM software and refinement at low resolution are required.
Preferred Qualifications
• Strong and consistent written and oral communication ability in professional settings.
• Experience with biochemical biophysical assays/techniques (DLS, MALS, DSF, HPLC, AUC) and mass spectrometry.
• Knowledge of antibody structures, experience with CRO or project management are also desirable.
• Experience with developability prediction and engineering.
• Familiarity with lab robotics and automation and other protein biophysical characterization techniques is preferred.
• Programming skill with Python, Perl, MATLAB, etc is a plus.

Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.

At Sanofi diversity and inclusion is foundational to how we operate and embedded in our Core Values. We recognize to truly tap into the richness diversity brings we must lead with inclusion and have a workplace where those differences can thrive and be leveraged to empower the lives of our colleagues, patients and customers. We respect and celebrate the diversity of our people, their backgrounds and experiences and provide equal opportunity for all.

[Post Date: June 07, 2019]

Title: Postdoc Washington University St. Louis
Contact: Weikai Li, Ph. D.

One postdoc position is available immediately in Dr. Weikai Li’s lab at Washington University in St. Louis. The medical school has a tradition of excellence in biomedical science. The postdoctoral research will focus on cryo-EM and crystallographic studies of membrane proteins important in cardiovascular biology. Applicants should have a good publication record and strong dedication to scientific research and academic career. Solid training in structural biology techniques and experience with eukaryotic expression systems will be greatly helpful.

The Li lab is well equipped for structural, biochemical, mass spectrometry and cellular studies. We have regular and frequent access to APS beamlines and Titan Krios at Washington University. Recent publications of the lab can be found at http://www.biochem.wustl.edu/faculty/li.html. The lab is well funded by four grants from NIH and Keck foundation. Postdocs in lab are supported with generous packages that cover the family living cost in Midwest. Previous trainees have obtained professorship and funding at top universities.

Please send a CV with reference information to weikai@wustl.edu.

[Post Date: June 07, 2019]

Title: X-ray Crystallography Software Developer

Job Description: X-ray Crystallography Software Developer (Ref: XS/0519)

Location: Cambridge, UK

Astex Pharmaceuticals is a world leader in innovative drug discovery and development. The company has successfully applied its proprietary Fragment-Based Drug Discovery (FBDD) platform to generate multiple new drug candidates that are progressing in clinical development. Successful collaborations have led to two launched oncology drugs (Kisqali® partnered with Novartis and BalversaTM partnered with Janssen). Astex continues to grow and focuses on oncology and neurological disorders.


Astex has a strong culture of developing bespoke software to support our fragment-based drug discovery platform, in particular our high throughput X-ray crystallography pipeline. As part of Astex’s ongoing commitment to extending its existing computational crystallography infrastructure, the Molecular Sciences Group has an opportunity for a highly motivated scientist to join the X-ray Technology Team. The ideal candidate will be a crystallographer with an aptitude for software development, or a computer scientist with experience of working in macromolecular crystallography.

Principal Responsibilities:
• Design and implement computational crystallography tools and web applications
• Maintain and improve the existing computational crystallography platform
• Keep abreast of the latest developments in crystallography to identify new opportunities
• Collaborate with and work alongside structural biologists and software developers at Astex

Skills and Experience Required:
• Degree in physics, chemistry, biology, computer science or related field
• Background in crystallographic computing
• Proven software development experience working in industry or an equivalent academic setting
• Expert knowledge in Python and/or JavaScript
• Knowledge of Perl, C++, Fortran and experience with relational databases is a plus
• Familiarity with common software development tools and practices (version control, testing, etc.)
• Excellent team working, written and verbal communication skills

We offer excellent training and career development opportunities as well as a highly competitive salary and benefits package.

Closing date: 31st July 2019

To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter quoting the job reference: XS/0519 to HR.UK@astx.com

We are recruiting into permanent and 2-3-year fixed term contract positions depending on qualifications and experience

For information on Astex Pharmaceuticals please visit: www.astx.com and for information on Otsuka Pharmaceuticals please visit: www.otsuka.co.jp

[Post Date: June 06, 2019]

Title: Postdoc Moffitt Cancer Center
Website: https://www.binninglab.com/

A postdoctoral position is currently available in my lab at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, FL. The research project is focused on understanding how Human Papillomavirus (HPV) hijacks cellular ubiquitination complexes to cause cancer. The project will utilize protein biochemistry and structural biology to identify new pathogenic mechanisms that will guide the development of diagnostics and therapeutics.

Candidates with a background in biochemistry and structural biology are encouraged to apply.

More details about our work can be found on the lab website: www.binninglab.com

To apply, please send me your cover letter and current CV to Jennifer.binning@moffitt.org.

[Post Date: June 06, 2019]

Title: Postdoc NNF-CPR University of Copenhagen
Contact: Guillermo Montoya, Prof., Dr.
Email: guillermo.montoya@CPR.KU.DK

We are seeking an excellent and highly motivated postdoctoral candidate to lead a project combining biochemistry, SPA cryoEM and crystallography to study protein-DNA complexes that allow the insertion of large DNA segments into a genome. The position is funded through an NNF distinguished investigator grant. The ideal candidate for this project will be a structural biologist with experience in protein-DNA biochemistry and cryoEM and/or crystallography expertise. The position is funded for 3 years (2+1) with a possible extension for a 4th year. For informal inquiries you can contact me or Lotta Avesson (in cc).

Our institute provides the state-of-the art infrastructure and instrumentation including a Titan Krios TEM equipped with the state-of-the-art direct electron detector and 3 auxiliary TEMs for sample characterisation. We expect to incorporate another 200 Kv system with a Falcon III camera by the end of the year. In addition, the selected person will benefit from an intellectually stimulating, supportive and collaborative environment, including access to soft skills workshops run by our center and the University of Copenhagen (project writing courses, career development and leadership workshops), and a range of enabling core facilities in the centre including crystallisation, protein production, molecular biophysics, high performance computing, bioinformatics, and mass spectrometry.

[Post Date: June 05, 2019]

Title: Senior Scientist Evotec
Website: https://tinyurl.com/y3uhd5zj

Evotec is a leader in the discovery and development of novel small molecule drugs with operational sites in Europe and the US. The Company has built substantial drug discovery expertise and an industrialised platform that can drive new innovative small molecule compounds into the clinic. In addition, Evotec has built a deep internal knowledge base in the treatment of diseases related to anti-infective, neuroscience, pain, oncology, inflammation and metabolic diseases. Leveraging these skills and expertise the Company intends to develop best-in-class differentiated therapeutics and deliver superior science-driven discovery alliances with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
We are looking for talented and highly motivated
Senior Scientist, Structural Biology, X-ray crystallography
Based at our laboratories on Milton Park, in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, you will be a scientist with structural biology expertise with a background in protein science, X-ray crystallography or single particle cryo-EM.

Required knowledge, skills and abilities:
• Extensive knowledge in protein engineering, bioinformatics and molecular biology (construct design and cloning strategy)
• Good understanding of protein 3D structures
• A working knowledge of, and practical experience with, either E. coli, insect or mammalian expression systems
• Experience of undertaking literature searches for multiple projects
• Experience working in multi-disciplinary teams
• Experience collaborating with scientists in external organisations

Responsibilities includes:
• Supporting a project team by designing and ordering constructs to initiate the project
• Adapting scientific knowledge to resolve problems encountered in achieving defined goals, with assistance from line manager or other team members to meet internal and project deadlines
• Preparing reports, presenting data, and collaborating with other scientists at Evotec
• Presenting own work at project technical meetings, and department technical meetings when required
• Demonstrating a full command of all techniques and tools required for assigned responsibilities within the given project
• Reading scientific literature relevant to the project
• Ensuring safe working practices of themselves and any direct reports
• Complying fully with the company safety policy (including COPs and SOPs) when performing experiments
• Adhering to Lab Notebook guidelines regarding accurate documentation of lab experiments

Desirable Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Self-motivated, enthusiastic, cooperative and reliable
• Knowledge of basic laboratory techniques, and understanding of the science underlying the techniques and experiments
• Experience of working in a lab environment
• The ability to adapt to changing demands whilst operating under pressure to deadlines
• The ability to work accurately and with attention to detail
• Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with other scientific staff
• The ability to work well independently, and as part of a team
• Good organisational and time management skills
• Good verbal communication skills
• Ability to maintain excellent laboratory records
• Computer proficiency

Education & Experience:
• PhD degree in Biochemistry or related area


[Post Date: June 05, 2019]

Title: Postdoc Argonne National Laboratory
Website: https://tinyurl.com/y68fsg3t

Argonne National Laboratory seeks a postdoctoral researcher to join the Structural Biology Center (SBC) at the Advanced Photon Source (APS) to develop methods in crystallography and other techniques. Building on our expertise in high resolution de novo structure determination, serial crystallography and a long history of cutting edge experiments, we would like to bring the next generation of experiments to the SBC general user program. The postdoctoral fellow will develop hardware and software to analyze molecular changes of structures as diffraction data is collected and processed autonomously, will create the experimental scope, source samples, collect and analyze data.

The SBC is committed to research in these areas as the direction of the crystallography is being shifted and as APS will provide advanced capabilities after the major ongoing upgrade. Research in multi-modal crystallography is growing and expected to continue to increase for years to come.

For more information and to apply, use the link above.

[Post Date: June 04, 2019]

Title: Structural Biologist Domainex
Website: https://www.domainex.co.uk/about-us/recruitment#3

Domainex has a full-time permanent vacancy in our Protein Science Team, which offers our clients a comprehensive range of services including molecular biology, protein production for assays and structural biology, and structural analysis of proteins by X-ray crystallography. Our unique, patented, Combinatorial Domain Hunting technology allows us to make and work with proteins that are otherwise refractory to recombinant expression.

All applicants must be able to solve X-ray crystal structures independently and have a good working knowledge of the current software packages employed in protein crystallography (esp. XDS, CCP4, coot). They should be able to demonstrate postdoctoral level experience of solving structures of protein-ligand complexes over a range of target classes in a drug discovery environment, experience in the use of biophysical techniques would be a significant plus. Candidates must also have expertise in molecular biology; recombinant protein expression and purification in E. coli, insect or mammalian cells; and substantial experience of using AKTA chromatography equipment (or similar) for protein purification to X-ray crystallography standard.

This role requires the ability to plan and implement experimental programmes, to solve any problems that arise, and to work effectively within project teams to deliver high-quality results to our clients. Laboratory work is a major element of this varied and challenging role. Essential attributes include diligent reporting of results, data interpretation, and an ability to make recommendations for further studies. It will also be necessary to communicate your results effectively to our clients.

Job requirements:
PhD with track-record of relevant and proven experience, i.e. publications and PDB depositions.

Independence and team working; flexibility to take on different projects; ability to make a meaningful impact on clients.

Ability to work on your own initiative, and to consistently deliver high quality results.

Creative thinking coupled to delivery of novel outcomes that leads to opportunities for inventorship or publications (papers/research articles).

To apply for this role, please send your CV and a covering letter, quoting reference PS0519, to recruitment2019@domainex.co.uk.

[Post Date: June 03, 2019]

Title: Postdoc Ohio State University

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Scientist position in the laboratories of Dr. Sarah Heissler and Krishna Chinthalapudi at the Ohio State University. The research project focuses on understanding the role of myosin motors and cytoskeletal protein complexes in health and disease. We combine biochemical and biophysical methods with structural biology approaches including X-ray crystallography and cryo-EM, and high resolution imaging to investigate how protein structure is related to its function.

Candidates must have a Ph.D. degree and strong practical experience in biochemistry and structural biology. Experiences with molecular biology techniques, protein expression and purification, and high-resolution imaging are desirable.

To be considered for this position, please email your curriculum vitae, a short cover letter with research experience and interests and contact information for 3 references to Sarah Heissler (sarah.heissler@osumc.edu) or Krishna Chinthalapudi (krishna.chinthalapudi@osumc.edu).

[Post Date: May 30, 2019]

Title: Postdoc Florida State University

One postdoctoral position is available immediately in an enzymology laboratory to elucidate mechanisms of DNA/RNA synthesis, DNA lesion bypass, and base excision repair catalyzed by various human and viral DNA/RNA polymerases, and to mechanistically investigate gene editing enzymes including CRISPR/Cas9 and Cas13a. Background in structural biology (X-ray crystallography and/or CryoEM), biophysics, protein purification, and recombinant DNA techniques is preferred. Prior experience with DNA binding proteins would be an added advantage. An important criterion for selection will be the ability of the desired individual to pursue independent research in an active multi-disciplinary setting.

Interested candidates should send a CV and a statement describing experience, goals, and reasons for the interest in this position, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to:

Dr. Zucai Suo
Eminent Professor and Dorian and John Blackmon Chair of Biomedical Science Department of Biomedical Sciences Florida State University - College of Medicine Tallahassee, FL
Email: zucai.suo@med.fsu.edu

Further information about the research projects in the Suo Lab can be obtained from https://med.fsu.edu/suolab/research

The list of publications can be found at https://med.fsu.edu/suolab/publications

Job Description:
Employer: Florida State University College of Medicine
Location: Tallahassee, Florida
Salary: NIH guidelines for post-doctoral salaries + benefits
Discipline: Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Biology, Biophysics, Structural Biology, and Biomedical Sciences Position Type: Full Time Organization Type: Academia Job Type: Postdoc

[Post Date: May 29, 2019]

Title: Postdoc Diamond Light Source
Website: https://vacancies.diamond.ac.uk/vacancy/pdra-i24-387539.html

We have an opening for a PDRA at I24, Diamond Light Source. We are looking for someone with experience, or a strong interest, in microcrystallograpy and serial crystallography who is enthusiastic about helping us develop new approaches and delivering them to the user community.

For further information please contact me. For more details and to apply please see the link above.

[Post Date: May 29, 2019]

Title: Postdoc NIH


Position Description:
The research group of Dr. Anirban Banerjee at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is seeking candidates for postdoctoral fellows . The broad interests of the lab are in membrane protein structure and function. We combine structural techniques such as macromolecular crystallography and cryo EM with biophysical and biochemical methods such as reconstitution based assays, high resolution light microscopy and small molecule screening to investigate the structural bases of the mechanisms of a number of membrane proteins.

The lab has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. We have dedicated periodic access to the 22-ID beamline at the APS, for crystallographers at the NIH, as well as access to 23-ID and 24-ID beam lines at the APS. Our laboratory is part of the Cell Biology and Neurobiology Branch in the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). We also have an affiliation to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).

The candidates should hold a Ph. D. degree, be author of at least one first author publication and have a strong background in biochemistry or structural biology. Experience with basic molecular biology, protein expression, purification and biochemical characterization are required. Prior experience in membrane protein biochemistry or mammalian expression system for protein purification will be added advantages.

It is absolutely essential the candidate is motivated and prepared to put in the best efforts for fruition of the project goals. We are a small, friendly lab and ability to work as part of a cohesive group is important.

To Apply:
Interested candidates can send an e-mail to anirban.banerjee@nih.gov with a CV and a summary of previous research experience and future interests.

The NIH is dedicated to building a diverse community in its training and employment programs.

[Post Date: May 23, 2019]

Title: Postdoc University of Warsaw
Website: https://gorna.uw.edu.pl/en/jobs

The Structural Biology Group at the University of Warsaw is looking for a postdoctoral fellow with a strong background in either: protein biochemistry, structural biology, library screening and drug design. The Fellow will join a dynamic team working on a project funded by the Foundation for Polish Science in the area of targeted protein degradation for novel antibiotics. More details can be found at the link.

[Post Date: May 23, 2019]

Title: Postdoc University of Bristol
Website: https://tinyurl.com/yxd97nba

A Wellcome Trust-funded post-doctoral position in Structural Biology is available at the School of Biochemistry, University of Bristol and at the cutting-edge Bristol Synthetic Biology Centre, BrisSynBio, a leading UK and international centre of excellence (www.bristol.ac.uk/brissynbio).

As part of a dynamic team, the post-doc will study the structure and function of large macromolecular complexes in gene expression transcriptional control. The project involves structure determination by single-particle electron cryo-microscopy and crystallography of large multicomponent complexes produced in insect cells (MultiBac technology) and their functional characterization.

The position requires a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Structural Biology or a related field. Outstanding applicants have experience in guiding structure determination projects from start to finish. Experience in electron cryo-microscopy and image processing and/or crystallography is required. The successful candidate is highly motivated, committed individuals who enjoy working as part of a highly dynamic, collaborative and multidisciplinary team and good communication skills.

The post-doc will be based in the Berger (lead) laboratory in a highly collaborative setup including the Schaffitzel group (Bristol), Marc Timmers (Univ. of Freiburg, Germany), Laszlo Tora (IGBMC Strasbourg) and Juri Rappsilber (Univ. of Edinburgh & Berlin). We are seeking to fill the post as soon as possible.

For informal enquiries please contact Imre Berger, +44 117 394 1857, imre.berger@bristol.ac.uk or Christiane Schaffitzel, +44 117 394 1869, christiane.berger-schaffitzel@bristol.ac.uk.

Closing date for applications is midnight Sunday 23rd June 2019.

For details follow the link above.

[Post Date: May 22, 2019]

Title: Postdoc Fox Chase Cancer Center

A postdoctoral position is available immediately at Fox Chase Cancer Center (Philadelphia, PA) for a highly motivated individual in structural biology and cell signaling.

The main focus of the lab is to understand the molecular basis for the cell signaling events that regulate cell motility. We collaborate with cancer biologists and clinicians at Fox Chase Cancer Center to investigate the pathological mechanisms of the signaling molecules in cancer development and metastasis. The lab is equipped with instruments to employ a combination of techniques including binding kinetics analysis, functional assays in mammalian cells, automated protein crystallography, and genetic analysis. Our study will contribute significantly to the understanding of the formation and regulation of cell migration and adhesion, and will facilitate efforts to discover novel targets for therapeutic intervention of tumor metastasis and other related diseases. More details can be found at https://www.foxchase.org/people/jinhua-wu.

The candidate should have strong experiences in at least one of the following research fields: protein biochemistry, cell biology, X-ray crystallography, and cancer biology. The candidate should receive a Ph.D. degree within three years. Fox Chase Cancer Center is a long-standing NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center with multidisciplinary research interests from basic biological sciences to drug development and clinical studies. The institute is one of the top-ranked work places for postdoctoral researchers. It offers an outstanding research environment and strong support for postdoctoral career development, including subsidized housing and child care.

Please send a personal statement describing previous research experience and current interests, an updated CV, and a list of three references to: Jinhua.wu(at)fccc.edu.

[Post Date: May 22, 2019]

Title: Principal Beamline Scientist
Website: https://vacancies.diamond.ac.uk/vacancy/principal-beamline-scientist-vmxi-378979.html

We currently have an opportunity to lead beamline VMXi at Diamond Light Source. The beamline is in the optimisation stage of its user programme for in situ experiments and early commissioning developments of its serial crystallography capabilities, presenting a unique opportunity for the post holder to develop methodologies and a complementary user programme for room temperature crystallography with these sample delivery methods.

[Post Date: May 20, 2019]

Title: Research Positions at CEI
Website: https://port.engageats.co.uk/

We are delighted to announce the opening of 13 research positions in our new Centre for Enzyme Innovation (CEI). The CEI has a focus around the development of biological solutions for plastic recycling and upcycling, but also around the discovery, characterisation and engineering of enzymes for biomass conversion.

We are currently expanding the CEI with 4 Senior Research Fellows and an Innovation Fellow, 6 Senior Research Associates, 2 Specialist Research Technicians and multiple PhD studentships.

Three pdf candidate packs provide an overview of the positions at the different levels and these can be found on the CEI website:

Full job descriptions and person specifications are available on our recruitment website (https://port.engageats.co.uk/). See ‘External vacancies’. Please note that some of the positions have a short closing date. Thank you for your interest.

[Post Date: May 16, 2019]
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