[3dem] Post-Doctoral positions available in the MRC Virology Unit, University of Glasgow

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Fri Oct 30 10:17:25 PDT 2009

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From: David Bhella <d.bhella at mrcvu.gla.ac.uk>
Date: Friday, October 30, 2009 12:27 pm
Subject: [3dem] Post-Doctoral positions available in the MRC Virology Unit, University of Glasgow
To: 3dem at ncmir.ucsd.edu


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> Dear All,

> Two post-doctoral positions are available within the MRC Virology Unit - based in the University of Glasgow, working on cryo-electron tomography of viruses and virus infected cells:

> 	1. Ultrastructural studies of filamentous strains of influenza virus. (with Dr David Bhella; ref VIR09/568)
> 	2. Electron cryomicroscopy and 3D reconstruction of virus infected cells (with Dr Frazer Rixon; ref VIR09/569)

> The Virology Unit is well equipped for cryomicroscopy research, having a JEOL 2200FS cryomicroscope, FEI vitrobot, Leica EMPACT, AFS and cryomicrotome.

> MRC has recently entered into a new agreement with Glasgow University, renewing their partnership to establish a major new UK research establishment 'The MRC and University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research'.
> This establishment will integrate the existing MRC Virology Unit and the University of Glasgow virologists, currently within the Institute of Comparative Medicine, in a new building at the Garscube campus.

> Glasgow is a friendly cosmopolitan city in the central belt of Scotland, has excellent cultural and social amenities and is ideally located for easy access to the highlands and the beautiful west coast.

> Starting salary for these Band 4 scientific posts will be at the minimum of Band 4 (approx £26k per annum).  Benefits include 6 weeks’ annual leave plus 10.5 days’ public holidays, excellent training and an option to join the MRC final salary Pension Scheme.  The above positions are each available for three years to include training and development. Further information can be obtained at the Virology Unit website www.mrcvu.gla.ac.uk. Applications must be submited on-line at http://jobs.mrc.ac.uk 
> Informal enquiries to d.bhella at mrcvu.gla.ac.uk or f.rixon at mrcvu.gla.ac.uk

> The closing date for applications is 20th November 2009.


> Dr David Bhella
> MRC Virology Unit
> Church Street
> Glasgow
> G11 5JR

> Telephone:  0141-330-3685
> Graphics lab:  0141-330-2989
> Mobile:  07717-202439
> Skype: d.bhella

> Virus Structure Web Site:
> http://www.mrcvu.gla.ac.uk/research/bhellad/virus_structure.htm

> Molecular Machines - Images from Virus Research (Art Exhibition):
> http://www.molecularmachines.org.uk

> Departmental Web Site:
> http://www.mrcvu.gla.ac.uk/staff/bhellad.html


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