PROTEIN CRYSTALLOGRAPHER : IMMEDIAT VACANCY (GIF/YVETTE - PARIS)

Dr. Artem Evdokimov eudokima at ncifcrf.gov
Tue Sep 19 00:52:19 EST 2000


15000 french francs per month is roughly equivalent to 1960.5 u.s.
dollars using the rate 0.1307 (yesterday's average). Per year this would
mean 23,526 $ which is rather low even for university postdocs here.

Has the level of life changed so much since I have last been to France ?

A.G.E.

bioxtal wrote:
> 
> BIO-XTAL is a start-up specialising in protein structure determination
> through X-ray crystallography. Founded in April 1998 with limited means,
> BIO-XTAL now holds assets valued at 300 K-Euros and has a permanent
> staff of 9. BIO-XTAL customers work mainly in the pharma & biotech
> industry.
> 
> BIO-XTAL's development is centred around three main axes : 1) providing
> services in crystallography, 2) doing protein/inhibitor complex studies
> in collaboration with academics and, 3) the development of an ambitious
> research project in the field of structural determination of GPCR
> (G-protein coupled receptors).
> 
> In order to face a sharp increase in activity in the service area,
> BIO-XTAL is seeking for its site in Paris one or several protein
> crystallographers.
> 
> Potential candidates must possess a good background in protein
> crystallography (PhD or Post-doc), particularly in relation to
> diffraction experiments, data collection and refinement.
> English is a pre-requisite, but French is not required.
> 
> Salary starts at 15KF/month but the candidate's experience and his
> motivation to be part of BIO-XTAL's development may be taken into
> account.
> 
> Send CV, preferably by E-mail, to:
> 
> Guillaume L'HERMITE
> BIO-XTAL
> Pepinière d'entreprise
> BP76
> 91193 Gif/Yvette cedex
> FRANCE
> Tel : (33) 1 64 86 58 22
> Fax : (33) 1 64 86 58 23
> glhermite at bioxtal.com
> 
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