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Kam Zhang kzhang at fhcrc.org
Fri Jun 25 20:04:11 EST 1999

Crystallography is available immediately to study the protein
crystallographic phase problem, in particular, to develop new methods for
protein phase improvement by exploiting new features of electron density
map. Our lab is also interested in structural studies of apoptosis and
protein folding. Please visit our lab Web site, http://squash.fhcrc.org/,
for details of this project and other research in our lab. Candidates should
have strong background in crystallographic computing and some experience in
protein crystallography. However, candidates with training in experimental
protein crystallography and interested in crystallographic computing are
welcome to apply. Candidates with strong background in computation and
interested in solving crystallographic problems are also welcome to apply.
There are five Structural Biology groups at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center, which provide an extremely interactive environment.
State-of-the-art X-ray equipment, computing and graphics facilities are
available in the lab. Ample shared facilities are also available at the new
Weintraub Research Laboratories Building on the picturesque Lake Union
campus. Please send curriculum vitae and names of three references to:
Dr. Kam Zhang
Division of Basic Sciences,
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center,
1100 Fairview Ave. N. - Mailstop A3-023,
P.O. Box 19024,
Seattle, WA 98109-1024,
email: kzhang at fhcrc.org
Homepage: http://squash.fhcrc.org/~kzhang/

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