3-year post-doctoral positions available at Imperial College, Londo=

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Wed Sep 4 13:01:00 EST 2002


TWO POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS
Two 3-year post-doctoral positions are available, one each in the
laboratories of Dr. Jon Nield and Prof. James Barber, to study structure

and function relationships of photosynthetic complexes. Techniques to be

engaged in will cover a wide-range of biochemical and biophysical
methods,
including their training where necessary, such as electron
cryo-microscopy, single particle analysis and spectroscopic
measurements. Experience in electron microscopy and/or image analysis
will be viewed as beneficial, but not essential. Locally, Imperial
College hosts 3 state-of-the-art electron microscopes within the
BBSRC-funded UK Centre for Structural Biology. Our own labs house
several new computing clusters and all other equipment necessary to
perform the studies. London itself offers all the benefits expected of a

major capital city. Additionally, a wide range of opportunities for both

national and international scientific collaboration is in place.

Anticipated starting dates: between Oct. 1st 2002 and Jan. 1st 2003.
The salary is expected to be ~=A319,681-21,503k pa.
The London Allowance payment of =A32,154 is also made to all staff working

in central London.

Interested candidates for either position should send an email, by
September 15th, attaching a covering letter, CV and at least two
reference names to Dr. Jon Nield ; j.nield at ic.ac.uk.

Should any postal correspondence be necessary, please use the mailing
address:
Dr. Jon Nield,
Royal Society University Research Fellow,
Department of Biological Sciences,
Biochemistry Building,
Imperial College, London, SW7 2AZ.
United Kingdom.

=46urther information is available at:
http://www.bio.ic.ac.uk/research/nield
http://www.bio.ic.ac.uk/research/barber

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Royal Society University Research Fellow,
Department of Biological Sciences,
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine,
Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London. SW7 2AZ.
+44 207 5945 268 (fax/267)
http://www.bio.ic.ac.uk/research/nield/index.html
http://www.jonnield.com
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