Postdoc position open now, closing 10th August
A Postdoctoral position is available to study the role of chromatin in the repair of DNA damage. The group studies the reading writing and erasing of epigenetic marks, using a combination of structural biology, biochemical and biophysical techniques.
Applicants should have (or be near completion of) a PhD in Biochemistry, Structural biology or related discipline. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual with an outstanding academic track record, good communication skills and the ability to work in a team. Applicants with experience in single particle cryo-EM and/or biochemistry are encouraged to apply. The candidate will benefit from training in a vibrant intellectual and collaborative environment of the Wilson lab. The candidate with have access to state of the art technology platforms including a cryo-electron microscopy facility including a 200kV F20 Microscope and access to the newly established Scottish Centre for Macromolecular Imaging.
The post is initially for two years with the possibility of extension. Informal enquiries should be addressed to Marcus. The closing date for applications is 10th August and a full job description and the online application can be found at this link
If you are interested in joining our group please contact Marcus with a CV to discuss potential opportunities.
A number of fully funded PhD studentships are available for both UK/EU and worldwide students. Please get in touch if you are interested.