Postdoc position in NMR studies of biomolecular condensates

The Zhou lab at University of Illinois Chicago has an NIH-funded postdoc position for studying biomolecular condensates by NMR and other biophysical techniques.  We aim to characterize intermolecular interactions inside condensates by solution and/or solid-state NMR, to complement ongoing studies using optical tweezers, fluorescence microscopy, and molecular dynamics simulations.  Candidates with a strong background in NMR and good communication skills are sought. Experience in the other areas noted above is a plus.

Here are some of the recent publications from our lab.
D. Kota, R. Prasad, and H.-X. Zhou (2024). Adenosine triphosphate mediates phase separation of disordered basic proteins by bridging intermolecular interaction networks. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 146, 1326-1336.
A. Ghosh, D. Kota, and H.-X. Zhou (2021). Shear relaxation governs fusion dynamics of biomolecular condensates. Nat. Commun. 12, 5995.
A. Ghosh and H.-X. Zhou (2020). Determinants for fusion speed of biomolecular droplets. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 59, 20837-20840
A. Ghosh, X. Zhang, H.-X. Zhou (2020). Tug of war between condensate phases in a minimal macromolecular system. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 142, 8848–8861.
 
To apply, send a cv to hzhou43@uic.edu.