Joachim Frank jf2192 at columbia.edu
Tue Apr 29 08:51:22 PDT 2008

My lab seeks to understand, on the molecular level, the mechanism of 
translation and translational control by cryo-electron microscopy of 
functional ribosome complexes, both in bacteria and eukaryotes.  Several 
postdoctoral positions (both HHMI and NIH) are available.  Background 
should be in one of the following areas: ribosome biochemistry, RNA, 
computer modeling, image processing.  The new EM facility at Columbia 
Medical Center will comprise FEI F30 (Polara) and F20 instruments.  In 
addition, access is available to the EM facilities of the New York 
Structural Biology Center, three subway stops away.

Please send CV and the names of three references to Tornubari Barinee 
(tb2319 at columbia.edu, fax 212 305-9500, phone 212 305-9512).

Joachim Frank, Ph.D.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator,
Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics,
and Department of Biology, Columbia University,
630 168th Street, P&S Black Building 2-221
New York, NY10032
(T) 212 305-9510
(E) jf2192 at columbia.edu

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