PhD Opportunity: in-cell NMR at CERM/CIRMMP, Florence, Italy

Interested in studying macromolecular structure, dynamics and interactions in biologically relevant environments? Our group develops and applies in-cell NMR methodologies to study protein folding/misfolding, maturation, and ligand interactions in living human cells. A flow NMR bioreactor enables real-time probing of ligands as they bind to their intracellular target, offering exciting new applications in drug screening.
A call for 3-year PhD scholarships within the International Doctorate in Structural Biology at CERM/CIRMMP, at the University of Florence, Italy, will soon be out.
Other research areas at CERM/CIRMMP include, but are not limited to, protein structural characterization, intrinsically disordered proteins, cellular metabolomics and drug development.
https://www.cerm.unifi.it/research/overview
If you are interested in the application of NMR to living cells, contact me!

Enrico Luchinat, PhD
eluchinat@cerm.unifi.it