[Chimera-users] Positions Available in Electron Crystallography of Membrane Proteins

Iban Ubarretxena Iban.Ubarretxena at mssm.edu
Wed Jul 14 09:55:58 PDT 2010

Positions Available: Electron Crystallography of Membrane Proteins

A number of different positions are available with the  
Transcontinental Electron Microscopy Initiative for Membrane Protein  
Structure (TEMIMPS;http://temimps.nysbc.org). TEMIMPS is a new center  
funded by the NIH Protein Structure Initiative and is composed of five  
research groups with combined expertise in membrane protein  
production, 2D crystallization, electron microscopy, image processing,  
and structure determination. Our center will focus on the development  
and implementation of high-throughput and high-resolution approaches  
to structure determination of membrane proteins using cryo-electron  
microscopy and 2D crystals. We are seeking highly motivated  
individuals with good communication skills and ability to interact  
with an interdisciplinary group ranging from biochemists to  
mathematicians. Individual positions will be available in New York,  
Cleveland, Seattle and Houston, working in the laboratories of Drs.  
David Stokes, Iban Ubarretxena, Andreas Engel, Tamir Gonen and Pawel  
Penczek. These positions include a project manager, postdoctoral  
associates, software engineers and technical staff;  up-to-date  
descriptions of the individual positions can be obtained at http://temimps.nysbc.org/jobs 
. Further questions or applications should be sent to  
temimps at nysbc.org.  Applications should include a cover letter, a  
curriculum vitae and contact information for three referees.  
Applications will be reviewed as they are received and will continue  
until the positions are filled.

Iban Ubarretxena-Belandia, PhD
Assistant Professor
Dept. Structural and Chemical Biology
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Icahn Medical Institute Bldg., Room 16-70E
1425 Madison Avenue, Box 1677
New York, NY 10029

Office: 212-659-5593
Fax: 212-849-2456
Email: iban.ubarretxena at mssm.edu
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