research fellow positions in Singapore
song at biop.ox.ac.uk
Sat Apr 28 04:17:52 EST 2001
Research Fellow positions in Structural Biology in Singapore
Two Research Fellow positions will be available in the laboratory of
Macromolecular Structure and Function in Institute of Molecular Agrobiology,
an affiliate of the National University of Singapore. The projects will
focus on the structural studies on proteins involved in translation
termination of protein biosynthesis (Song et al., (2000) Cell, 100,
311-321), cell cycle control (Song et al.,(2001) Mol. Cell, 7, 615-626) and
signal transduction pathways in actin polymerization. Applicants should have
a recent Ph.D in biochemistry, chemistry, molecular biology or a closely
related field. Applicants are expected to have experiences in either
macromolecular crystallography, molecular biology or protein chemistry.
Candidates having strong skills in molecular biology and protein chemistry
with interest in leaning techniques in structural biology are particularly
encouraged to apply. The lab is fully equipped for protein expression,
purification and macromolecular crystallography.
The positions will be available from Aug, 2001. Application will be
accepted until the positions are filled. The contract will be 3 years
initially. The annual salary (based on experience) for this position begins
at S$49,680 per annum ( 1S$=~ US$0.6), with the possibilities of an
additional 1 to 2 months' salary bonus based upon performance. Additional
benefits include relocation and setting-in allowance, staff housing subsidy
scheme,medical insurance coverage and education allowance for children.
Further information may be obtained from Dr. Haiwei Song, Laboratory of
Molecular Biophysics, Department of Biochemistry, Oxford University, Oxford,
OX1 3QU. telephone: 44-1865-275369 fax: 44-1865-275182; e-mail:
song at biop.ox.ac.uk;
Applications including a curriculum vitae and contact details for three
referees should be forwarded to Dr. Haiwei Song, Laboratory of Molecular
Biophysics, Department of Biochemistry, Oxford University, Oxford, OX1 3QU
before June 25,2001. From July 1, 2001, please send applications to Dr.
Haiwei Song, Institute of Molecular Agrobiology, 1 Research Link, The
National University of Singapore, Singapore 117604, Singapore.
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