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D'Arcy Thompson UnitClosing Date:23 Oct 2020
Computational BiologyClosing Date:24 Oct 2020
Biological Chemistry and Drug DiscoveryClosing Date:25 Oct 2020
Assay Development Scientist (Biochemistry) / Enzymologist: Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives ResearchDrug Discovery UnitClosing Date:09 Nov 2020
A post providing molecular biology support within the MRC Protein Phosphorylation Unit has become available.
A postdoc position is available immediately in the group of Gordon Simpson at the College of Life Sciences in Dundee, Scotland. The aim of this position is to annotate and assign function to non-coding Arabidopsis RNAs.
Applications are sought for Principal Investigators in the Division of Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery, with strong research interests in biochemistry, molecular biology and/ or structural biology applied to infectious or orphan diseases; or computational chemistry applied to drug discovery. The successful applicant is expected to develop collaborations within the Division of Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery and more widely within the College of Life Sciences and University of Dundee.
Applications are invited for a post-doctoral position to work with Dr Matthias Trost to study signalling pathways by targeted quantitative mass spectrometry. Cellular signalling pathways are deregulated in a large number of human diseases. For this reason, protein kinases have become the pharmaceutical industry’s most important class of drug target.
Applications are invited for a Technician to join our E.coli Expression System team within the production group of the Division of Signal Transduction Therapy, College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee.
This group is responsible for the production of pilot and high throughput screening quantities of a wide variety of protein targets expressed and purified from bacteria for both pharmaceutical and biotech collaborators. The post holder will report to the Managers of the Division of Signal Transduction Therapy.
A post-doctoral research position is available in the Division of Molecular Microbiology, College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee.
A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Gabriela ALEXANDRU. We are seeking to recruit an outstanding, highly motivated scientist to study the function of the p97 ubiquitin-receptor/chaperone and its UBX-domain cofactors in human cells. We aim to define the role played by individual UBX-proteins within the complex array of cellular functions performed by p97. In particular, we will explore the role of p97 and UBX-proteins in modulating protein aggregation and the therapeutic potential of these proteins in neurodegeneration.
One year post-doctoral position for developmental biologist with experience of early chick embryo, manipulation and culture. Expertise in molecular biology and experience with preparation and analysis of RNAseq samples from early embryos would be a distinct advantage.
Post will be available from 30 October 2011.