Vacancy Bijvoet Center

Hans Kamerling kame at ruucj1.chem.ruu.nl
Thu Jan 9 05:30:00 EST 1997


POST-DOC VACANCY BIJVOET CENTER FOR BIOMOLECULAR RESEARCH, 
DEPARTMENT OF BIO-ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, UTRECHT UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS

The research program of the carbohydrate section of the Department of
Bio-Organic Chemistry, Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research at Utrecht
University, The Netherlands (Prof. Dr J.F.G. Vliegenthart and Prof. Dr J.P.
Kamerling) is focused on primary / three-dimensional structure analysis of
glycoprotein glycans and polysaccharides, biosynthesis and organic
synthesis of oligosaccharides, and interaction studies.

In the framework of an EU networkproject focused on "engineering protein
O-glycosylation for the production of receptor blockers" we announce a
vacancy for a post-doctoral position for 1 year, for a topic on the
synthesis of oligosaccharide substrates to be tested in relevant
glycosyltransferase reactions. The position is immediately available!

If you, as an ORGANIC SYNTHETIC CHEMIST, are interested and have the right
academic qualification for starting a post-doctoral position in The
Netherlands, please send you letter (e-mail) and a CV to
Prof. Dr J.F.G. Vliegenthart, Chairman of the Department of Bio-Organic
Chemistry, Bijvoet Center, Utrecht University, P.O. Box 80.075, 3508 TB
Utrecht, The Netherlands.
FAX: +31 30 254 0980
E-mail: vlieg at cc.ruu.nl 

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