A postdoctoral fellowship opportunity is available in the Cell Biology and Biophysics Unit headed by Dr. Antonina Roll-Mecak to work on the tubulin code using in vitro reconstitution and TIRF microscopy to capture the dynamic behavior of cytoskeletal complexes coupled with cryo-EM, single particle, and tomography to obtain structural information. For more information please visit: https://research.ninds.nih.gov/roll-mecak-lab. We are looking for Ph.D. graduates with a strong record of accomplishments and expertise in biochemistry and cell biology. Expertise with cryo-EM preferred, but not needed. We are happy to teach you! Incoming fellows are also encouraged to bring their own ideas that they could develop into research programs to help them launch independent PI positions. The NIH is committed to the continued education and career development of trainees through numerous courses and workshops offered on campus. The NIH has an outstanding cell and structural biology community, and the lab has regular access to state-of-the-art resources such as a Chameleon, Krios with K3 camera, Glacios, TIRF and lattice sheet microscopes as well as cryo-FIB SEM. The position is fully funded for up to five years. Please send your CV, a one-page research experience summary and contact information of three references to Antonina@nih.gov Please write “Tubulin code cryo-EM” in the subject header.
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