The Kellogg laboratory in the Molecular Biology and Genetics Department at Cornell seeks a talented and motivated postdoc to study macromolecular structure using high-resolution cryo-EM.
The Kellogg lab a is fast-paced environment and has access to state-of-art equipment. We are interested in developing novel tools in cryo-EM to answer important biological questions. We are especially interested in developing novel methods to study dynamic protein complexes and how this relates to biological function. To do this, we use a combination of high-resolution cryo-EM, molecular modeling, and image analysis.
Strong expertise in biochemistry (and in particular eukaryotic expression systems), crystallography, NMR, or related fields and a desire to utilize and develop cutting-edge techniques in cryo-EM are required. Excellent communication skills and collaborative attitude are essential. The postdoc will play a crucial role in shaping cryo-EM at Cornell and can expect a stimulating, supportive, and creative research environment not only within the lab but across departments. Applicant must have Ph.D. or equivalent degree in biochemistry or related field; degree may be anticipated but must be granted by the start date.
Tagged as: Chemistry, Life Sciences, Physics
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