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PhD position in Structural biology of Huntington’s disease using solid-state NMR

University of Groningen, Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials (Netherlands)
Van der Wel Solid-state NMR Group
 

We are looking to fill a PhD position for an exciting new project in our lab at the University of Groningen. This project is funded by a grant from the Netherlands’ Campagneteam Huntington – a community-driven effort to fund Huntington’s disease (HD) research in the Netherlands.

We are inviting applications for a «Junior Professor» (tenure-track) position in NMR spectroscopy at
the Department of Chemistry of Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Paris. The candidate will join the
NMR team of the « Laboratoire des biomolécules » (LBM), and will benefit from an outstanding
scientific environment in terms of equipment and potential collaborations in the laboratory, the
department and more generally in PSL University.
Candidates should have a record of outstanding research achievements, in any field of solid-state

A PhD IN INTERDISCIPLINARY NEUROSCIENCE, IN LISBON

Apply at https://www.neurulisboa-phd.com/.
You can visit our lab’s page to choose a project theme on oxytocin’s role in social cognition using neuroimaging/EEG/pupilometry/SCR, or psychiatric multimodal biomarkers, at www.dpratalab.wordpress.com, contact the PI; and then apply for a NeurULisboa fellowship (deadline 14th of February).

We have an open Position for an application specialist solid state NMR.
Base will be Rheinstetten/Germany.

If you are interested, please have a look at

https://germancareers-bruker.icims.com/jobs/6944/application-scientist-%...

and follow the instructions to submit your application.

All the best
Sebastian Wegner

The aim of this 3-year project is to use and develop solid-state NMR methods for the study of energy storage mechanisms in solar thermal fuels (STFs).

Post-doctoral position on "New approaches for 17O solid state NMR spectroscopy"

We would like to announce an open position at the engineer or post-doc level in our group at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris.

The candidate will work on news applications of high-resolution relaxometry in industry and health sciences. The project involves several exciting new projects with new collaborators from industry.

The laboratory Membrane Biophysics and NMR at the University of Strasbourg has an opening for a postdoctoral position with experience in using solid-state NMR for the analysis of peptides and proteins. The aim of the project is to reveal the structural determinants that define the highly specific lipid recognition motif of a transmembrane protein and to characterize changes in structure, dynamics, oligomerization and topology of the protein as well as the lipids during recognition.

The U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) is currently recruiting a Chief of Structural Biology in the NCI Center for Cancer Research (CCR). This is a new position that reflects NCI’s commitment and support for structural biology and molecular biophysics. The incoming Chief will be the intellectual and administrative leader of the NCI intramural structural biology/biophysics research program and the NCI structural biology/biophysics community.

The Chair of Inorganic Chemistry III at the University of Bayreuth offers two Ph.D. positions for three years with possibility of extension by one year (salary of 50-67% E13 TV-L). We seek to fill the position at your earliest convenience. Both projects are part of the SFB 1357 “MICROPLASTICS - Understanding mechanisms and processes, biological effects, transport and formation: From model to complex systems as a basis for new approaches to solutions.”

We are looking for a PhD student who will develop and apply advanced high-resolution NMR/MRI techniques to study micron-scale confined flow in complex fluids.

The postdoctoral researcher will join an ERC-funded project, led by Patrick Giraudeau, on the development of dissolution dynamic polarization for analytical chemistry. The project aims at bringing the reproducibility of dissolution DNP to the level that will unlock an array of applications in metabolomics and other “omics” sciences. This requires working at the interface between hardware development, NMR spectroscopy and analytical chemistry.

We are looking for:
 
Solid-state NMR research technician (PhD/MSc)
University of Groningen, Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials

Post Doctoral Scientist: School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES), University of Sydney, Australia.

Project Title: “NMR of cellular systems”

Laboratory: Philip Kuchel

A one-year postdoctoral research position is offered at Hunter College of the City University of New York, beginning around April 1, 2019. The research program concerns solid-state NMR of materials being evaluated for advanced all-solid state rechargeable batteries. The requirements for the position are a Ph.D. in chemistry, physics, or engineering, and significant experience in standard solid-state NMR techniques (e.g. CP/MAS, MQ-MAS, etc). Experience with pulsed-field-gradient diffusion methods is advantageous.

Merck (US), one of the leading biopharmaceutical companies, has an opening of a NMR postdoc fellow. Folks with a solution or solid-state NMR Ph.D. training are welcome to apply. This is an excellent opportunity to advance and apply this cutting-edge technique for solving critical scientific issues of biophysical characterizations in pharmaceutical sciences. It is a three-year position. Merck provides competitive salary, relocation and benefit package.
Pls send your CV (yongchao.su@merck.com) and submit application online:

Postdoc position available at Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR) in Basel, Switzerland
Intrinsically Disordered Proteins

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratories of Drs Aarnoud van der Spoel and Kathryn Vanya Ewart in the Departments of Pediatrics and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology of Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Our team is studying Parkinson’s disease with a focus on the roles of sphingolipids in the folding of alpha-synuclein. This project is funded by the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Supervision will be jointly provided by Drs. Aarnoud van der Spoel and Kathryn Vanya Ewart.

Several positions are available for postdoctoral researchers and PhD candidates in the group of Michal Leskes at the Department of Materials and Interfaces, Weizmann Institute of science.

The projects, funded by the ERC, include the development of paramagnetic metal ion dopants as endogenous polarization agents for MAS-DNP and application of this approach in the study of energy storage and conversion materials.

Two Post-Doc positions opened at the Biomedical Neuroscience Lab (https://dpratalab.wordpress.com/; PI: Dr Diana Prata, with double affiliation in King’s College London), at the University of Lisbon - for research in human social neuroscience and the oxytocin and the dopamine systems in a highly interdisciplinary 3-year project involving pharmacology, genetics and a range of psychophysiological techniques. Expertise in fMRI and/or EEG highly preferred; and in eye-tracking and SCR favourable. Negotiable salary. Open until 26th of Jan 2019.

For the further development of a data processing workflow for small molecule NMR data in synthesis, we would like to announce, together with our collaboration partners from cheminfo.org and under the auspices of the Magnetic Resonance Division of GDCh, the opening of an interface developer position with the deadline for applications being 21st of January.

A PhD position is available to join the Emsley group at EPFL, Lausanne

We are looking for highly motivated candidates to take up a PhD position developing new methods in NMR spectroscopy to address the challenging problem of atomic-level structure determination in chemistry and materials science. In particular we will be working on dynamic nuclear polarization enhanced NMR methods for materials. Examples of our recent work and the application areas that we work on can be found on our website: http://lrm.epfl.ch/publications/

A PhD position is available to join the Emsley group at EPFL, Lausanne

the molecular imaging north competence center (MOIN CC) in Kiel, Germany, is looking for a PhD student in the area of parahydrogen hyperpolarization for MRI and NMR.

The PhD position is part of the DFG-funded research training circle 2154 "materials for brain" and more information (will be) available on
http://www.grk2154.uni-kiel.de/en/open-positions

Candidates with a physics and engineering background are particularly encouraged to apply. The salary is quite competitive (and the research is excellent!).

Applications are invited for a DPhil studentship in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Oxford funded by an ERC Synergy Grant awarded to Peter Hore (Oxford) and Henrik Mouritsen (Oldenburg) entitled: QuantumBirds: Radical-pair-based magnetic sensing in migratory birds. Available from 1 April 2019. Closing date: 25 January 2019.

The studentship will involve calculations of the electron-nuclear spin dynamics and magnetic sensitivity of cryptochromes and related compounds. The student will be supervised by Peter Hore and David Manolopoulos.

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