[3dem] Postdoctoral position in Vancouver, British Columbia - Ion channel structure and function
Filip Van Petegem
filip.vanpetegem at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 13:44:32 PDT 2018
*Postdoctoral position - Membrane protein Biochemist *
We are looking for a protein biochemist to join our team. We are
investigating the structure and function of ion channels, membrane proteins
that generate electrical signals in excitable cells. They are targets for
disease mutations linked to cardiac arrhythmia, epilepsy, myopathies, and
much more. We combine high-resolution techniques (X-ray crystallography,
cryo-EM) with functional methods (calorimetry, electrophysiology) to obtain
a complete understanding of their function.
Our institute is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for structural
biology, including a new Titan Krios microscope with FalconIII detector and
Volta phase plate, Vitrobots and screening microscopes (Tecnai Spirit and
F20), 2 Rigaku 007 instruments for X-ray diffraction, and various robotics
for setting up and visualizing crystallization screens.
* A recent PhD (obtained within the last 4 years)
* Experience with structural biology (NMR, X-ray Crystallography or
However, applicants with excellent skills in membrane protein expression
and purification, especially in mammalian or insect cell lines, are also
encouraged to apply.
For more info about our research program, please visit our website:
The position is available immediately and remains open until filled.
Interested applicants can send their CV, a cover letter, and names +
contact details of 3 references to:
Filip.vanpetegem at gmail.com
Filip Van Petegem, PhD
Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
The University of British Columbia
2350 Health Sciences Mall - Rm 2.356
Vancouver, V6T 1Z3
phone: +1 604 827 4267
email: filip.vanpetegem at gmail.com
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