The Kellogg lab seeks to recruit a motivated postdoctoral fellow excited about structural mechanisms of DNA recombination.
The Kellogg lab is studying the structural mechanism of CRISPR-associated DNA transposases (CAST). We employ cryo-electron microscopy and protein design to both study and generate new genome-editing tools. We are closely collaborating with Joseph Peters’ lab, co-discoverer of the CAST elements. We have recently posted an exciting pre-print on our recent work: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.05.25.445634v1?rss=1
We seek recent Ph.D. graduates or those looking to graduate in the next 6 months. We will strongly consider candidates from diverse backgrounds, including x-ray crystallography, NMR, transposon genetics, bioinformatics, and biochemistry. A collaborative attitude and good communication skills are essential. Find more information about the Kellogg lab: kellogglab.org
To be considered for this position, please email Dr. Kellogg (email@example.com) with your CV and a cover letter.
Tagged as: Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Life Sciences
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