Job Posting

Terri L. Smith tls18 at
Wed Nov 1 06:04:45 PST 2000

Postdoctoral Positions in Structural Biology

Three-dimensional cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) is an emerging branch of
structural biology that spans the gap between light microscopy and x-ray
crystallography.  It is being used to study a wide range of fundamental
biological processes including protein synthesis, membrane transport, and energy
transduction.  The Resource for the Visualization of Biological Complexity, a
national center supported by NIH/NCRR, is developing two novel cryo-EM
capabilities: tomography of frozen-hydrated subcellular structures and
time-resolved studies of macromolecular interactions.  We seek individuals with
a background in biophysics or biochemistry of macromolecules, electron
microscopy and/or image processing, to work on projects related to these areas
of development.  The Resource is located at the Wadsworth Center in scenic
upstate New York, an institution with state-of- the-art facilities in imaging,
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, protein characterization, and
Molecular Genetics, along with graduate programs in biomedical and environmental
sciences.  Please send CV and the names of three references to Dr. Joachim
Frank, Wadsworth Center, Empire State Plaza, POB 509, Albany, New York
12201-0509.  Fax: 518 486 2191. E-mail: joachim at  AA/EOE

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