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[Yeast] Postdoctoral Position in New York

Markus Seeliger via yeast%40net.bio.net (by markus.seeliger from gmail.com)
Mon Aug 16 16:38:05 EST 2010

Postdoctoral Position to study the role of the ubiquitin system in aging

A postdoctoral position is available in our group to indentify
substrates of ubiquitin ligases in the process of ageing
(HS-R-6454-10-08-S). The long-term goal of this project is to enable
pharmacological intervention in the ubiquitin system. This project is
funded by the Ellison Medical Foundation for 4 years and it aims to
design specific ubiquitin tags through in vitro and yeast screens. We
will characterize the function of engineered proteins through
biophysical methods (X-ray crystallography, NMR, ITC, etc.) and in
vivo. Our research group is located at Stony Brook University in a
highly interactive environment with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and
Brookhaven National Laboratory. Interested candidates with a strong
background in yeast genetics or in the biochemistry of the ubiquitin
system should email their CV and the names of two references to Markus
Seeliger (markus from pharm.stonybrook.edu).

Markus Seeliger

Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmacological Sciences
Stony Brook University Medical School, BST 7-125
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8651
phone: (631) 444-3558     fax: (631) 444-9749
markus from pharm.stonybrook.edu

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