Two postdoctoral positions are available in the labs of Dr. Juan Du and Dr. Wei Lü at the Van Andel Institute, MI.
The Du lab and the Lü lab (dululabs.com) are interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms of how the body perceives sensory information (e.g. taste, smell, vision, and temperature), transmits signals to the brain, and generates responses. We focus on ion channels involved in the basic senses. We employ a range of structural and biophysical approaches, including single-particle cryo-EM, patch-clamp electrophysiology, and other biochemical methods. The cryo-EM facility at Van Andel Institute hosts a Titan Krios equipped with a K3 camera, and a Talos Arctica equipped with a K2 camera.
Experience in structural biology, membrane protein biochemistry, or ion channel electrophysiology is preferred, but not required. Interested individuals should send a CV and a cover letter to Juan Du (Juan.Du@vai.org) or Wei Lü (Wei.Lu@vai.org). For more information, please visit our lab website: dululabs.com
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