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Postdoctoral researcher position in Integrated Structural Biology of Chromatin-Associated Complexes Uppsala Sweden,  

Posted on : 13 May 2017

Project Description

The research group The Deindl lab ( is an international and ambitious research team that provides a stimulating and friendly environment for highly motivated scientists with a genuine interest in tackling important biological questions. We have recently been awarded an ERC starting grant to investigate the molecular mechanisms of chromatin-associated protein machines using a highly multidisciplinary approach that combines structural, biochemical, and single-molecule methodologies (see for example, Deindl and colleagues, Cell 2007; Cell 2013; Nature 2014). We are located in the Stockholm area, at the SciLifeLab and the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology (ICM) at Uppsala University.   Mission We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to investigate the mechanisms and regulation of chromatin-associated complexes using an integrated structural biology approach that combines crystallography, cryo-EM, and crosslinking-mass spectrometry. The researcher will benefit from access to state-of-the-art facilities, infrastructure, resources and support for all these technologies, as well as collaborators who are international leaders in their fields.   Your skills Applicants should possess a PhD in the life sciences, biophysics, or a related relevant discipline. A background in X-ray crystallography or cryo-electron microscopy, documented by at least one peer-reviewed first-author publication is strictly required. Good English language skills are essential. The ability to work in a team, good organizational skills as well as initiative, flexibility, creativity, and good learning ability are required.   Practical information about the position Location: Uppsala University, Uppsala,


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