You are invited for a post-doctoral position to work in the group of Prof Matthias Trost studying how innate immune responses triggered by bacterial infection of macrophages are regulated by ubiquitylation.
ABOUT THE POSITION:
- We are a world class research-intensive university.
- We deliver teaching and learning of the highest quality.
- We play a leading role in economic, social and cultural development of the North East of England.
- You will be a talented and enthusiastic post-doctoral scientist with a background in mass spectrometer-based Proterozoic.
- You should have a good academic track record and have published at least one first authored paper in an international journal.
- You will have experience with quantitative mass spectrometry and proteomics, ideally with Orbit rap or times instruments and will have a working experience with proteomics data analysis software and statistical analyses.
- The position is available for 3 years with a possibility for further extension.
- Available immediately, but if you wish to start at a later time will be considered.
- Degree in chemistry, biochemistry or a related area.
- Possession of a PhD in, biochemistry, chemistry or a related field.
HOW CAN APPLY:
|NAME OF THE ORGNIATION||Newcastle University|
|SUBJECT||chemistry and biochemistry|
|DEAD LINE||March 19/2021|