NMR/computing post-doc position vacant (Cambridge, UK)

Andrew Raine arcr1 at bioc.cam.ac.uk
Thu Jan 25 06:29:28 EST 1996


The following is the text of an advert which appeared in NATURE on
the 11th of January:            

If you are interested in applying, you are encouraged to make contact
(by email if neccessary) as soon as possible.

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University of Cambridge

Cambridge Centre for Molecular Recognition

Department of Biochemistry

Post-doctoral Research Associate

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research associate to
assist in the running of the CCMR NMR computing facility in the
Department of Biochemistry.  The facility provides support for data
processing and spectral analysis.

The successful candidate will collaborate on structure-determination
projects, train researchers, and administer the CCMR cluster of
workstations.  He/she would also be expected to carry out research into
the methodology of structural analysis using NMR.

It is essential that candidates have programming skills, and a strong
interest in structural biology. Experience of the administration
of UNIX workstations would be an advantage.

The post is available immediately until 28 February 1998 in the first
instance, at a salary of L 14,317 - 19,848

Letters of application, a full CV including names and addresses of two 
referees should be forwarded as soon as possible to Dr. Ernest Laue,   
CCMR, Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, Tennis Court
Road, Cambridge CB2 1QW, UK.  Informal enquiries may be made of Dr.
Laue (email: E.D.Laue at bioc.cam.ac.uk, tel: +44 1223 333677) or Dr.
Andrew Raine (email: A.R.C.Raine at bioc.cam.ac.uk, tel: +44 1223 333744)

The Department of Biochemistry has a no-smoking policy.

The University follows an equal opportunities policy and aims to
achieve the highest quality in teaching and research.



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