an exciting opportunity is available to characterize intrinsically disordered proteins by hydrogen exchange methodology and to understand transcriptional activation of NCOA3.
The fully funded position is in the lab of Prof. Kaare Teilum at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark with focus on intrinsically disordered proteins, and features a substantial and financed research stay in the group of Prof Frans Mulder in Linz, Austria to develop and apply NMR spectroscopy methodology.
We are looking for someone in possession of or nearing the award of an MSc degree with skills in protein production and purification and a keen interest in protein biophysics and NMR spectroscopy.
Starting date 15 Nov or soon thereafter. The full call text and application procedure can be found here: https://jobportal.ku.dk/phd/?show=159706
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Frans A.A. Mulder
Head, Institute of Biochemistry
Johannes Kepler University
4040 Linz, Austria
office: +43 (0)732 2468 9300
mobile: +43 (0) 6776 4774 555