HeyrovskĂ˝ Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v.v.i., offers a postdoctoral position in the Department of Biophysical Chemistry
The postdoctoral fellow will work on an experimental project focused on the study of protein aggregation on lipid membranes using advanced fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy methods. The project is aimed at the investigation of protein aggregation induced by interaction with model lipid membranes. Various bulk and single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy/microscopy methods will be used in the study. After probation period, funding is available until 31.12.2019. Possible extension will depend on candidate performance and available funds.
More informations are available from Dr. MarianaÂ Amaro (e-mail: amarojh-inst.cas.cz)
Website of the department: http://www.jh-inst.cas.cz/~fluorescence/
- Ph.D. degree (or formally obtain the PhD degree by 31.12.2018) in chemistry, physics, or related field.
- Previous experience with model lipid membranes, protein handling, protein chemistry and protein aggregation is beneficial.
- knowledge of advanced techniques of fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy
- . Very good level of written and spoken English
Position starts: 1st July, 2018
Duration of contract: 31st December, 2019 (18 months)
Contract type: full-time position
Documents required from the candidate:
Application form (see the attached file) with CV, diploma copy , brief summary of previous research, list of publications, names plus e-mail addresses of 1 - 2 references.
Applications with required documents must be submitted via e-mail to a contact person: Dr. Mariana Amaro (amarojh-inst.cas.cz)
Applications deadline: June 1, 2018
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