Post-doctoral positions starting in September are available in the newly-established
laboratory of Young-In Chi
for structural studies on genetic mutations and human diseases.
Experience in protein crystallography or biophysics would be beneficial,
but is not a strict requirement. People with transcriptional studies,
genetic studies, biochemical studies, computational studies, or molecular biology background, and with desire to
acquire hand-on experience in X-ray crystallography within a friendly environment are strongly
encouraged to apply. Excellent opportunity to learn it from scratch.
Our research efforts, in particular, focus on the high-resolution structures of multiple complexes
and structural basis of mutations found in transcirption factors and associated
mediators implicated in various human diseases.
The lab will be equipped with the updated instruments and joined by the members of the
Structural Biology Center at the University of Kentucky.
Potential candidates should send a letter of interest with their curriculum
vitae including the names and addresses of at least two references to (preferably through e-mail):
Young-In Chi, Ph.D.
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry
University of Kentucky
College of Medicine
800 Rose St.
Lexington, KY 40536-0298
e-mail: young-in.chi at joslin.harvard.eduhttp://biowww.net/mynews/tree.php?group_name=bionet_molbio_proteins&begin=0