Vacancies Section

Postdoctoral Research Associate in synthetic approaches to study gene regulation
We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join Prof. Rob Klose's research group (www.kloselab.co.uk) to study how CpG islands use chromatin-based and epigenetic mechanisms to regulate gene expression. The candidate will study these fundamental processes using cutting edge synthetic and quantitative approaches. This will rely on the use of rationally engineered gene regulatory elements, their insertion into cells using CRISPR/Cas9-based genome engineering, and single cell approaches to study gene expression.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Membrane Protein Structural Biology
We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Associate on a BBSRC grant to Professor Simon Newstead and Professor Anthony Watts. The project aims to understand transport dynamics in the POT family of proton coupled peptide transporters using a multidisciplinary approach involving lipidic cubic phase crystallography, thermodynamic and kinetic analysis, using biophysical and liposome based systems, as well as state of the art spectroscopy techniques.
Research Assistant in Structure and Membrane Remodelling Mechanisms
We are seeking to appoint a motivated and enthusiastic Research Assistant to investigate the structure, function, and intermolecular interactions of eukaryotic integral membrane proteins that are involved in formation of the tubular endoplasmic reticulum.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Chromatin Biology and Metabolism
We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on a BBSRC funded project linking metabolism to ageing and chromatin. This position is for a candidate with training in advanced molecular biology techniques applied to gene expression and an excellent track record of applying these skills to a biological problem.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Chromatin Biology and Metabolism
We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on a BBSRC funded project linking metabolism to ageing and chromatin. This position is for a candidate with training in advanced molecular biology techniques applied to gene expression and an excellent track record of applying these skills to a biological problem.

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