Faculty positions in Structural Molecular Biology - Astbury Centre, University of Leeds, UK


**University Academic Fellows in Structural Molecular Biology – Astbury Centre, University of Leeds, UK**


Are you an experienced researcher with proven abilities to carry out research and teaching in state-of-the-art Structural Molecular Biology? Do you use Cryo-EM, NMR Spectroscopy, X-ray Crystallography, Single Molecule methods, or combinations of these techniques with other approaches to answer cutting-edge research questions? Are you passionate about delivering an exceptional student experience in a research-intensive University with state of the art facilities? Do you aspire to become an academic leader in your field?


Leeds invested more than £17 million in 2016 to establish the Astbury Biostructure Laboratory, a state of the art laboratory for structural biology providing the Astbury Centre with instruments for NMR spectroscopy (including 950 MHz with 15N/13C-detect TXO and 3mm TCI Cryoprobes) and Electron Microscopy (two Titan Krios with Falcon III and energy-filtered Gatan K2 detectors), competitive with the very best infrastructure for structural molecular biology in the world.


We now have positions open for exceptional researchers looking to establish their first independent lab in the area of structural molecular biology. If you are interested, please check out the following links:




Informal enquiries please to Prof Alex Breeze (a.l.breeze@leeds.ac.uk) or Prof Neil Ranson (n.a.ranson@leeds.ac.uk).