Research Associate at Imperial College London

Imperial College London has an opening postdoc position. Citizens of any country are eligible to apply. The deadline for applying is September 19, 2018.

We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic postdoctoral scientist to join Professor David Rueda's research laboratory at Imperial College London. The post is funded by a grant from the Leverhulme Trust.

The main duties of the post include the preparation of purified DNA:protein samples and mammalian cells extracts for single-molecule measurements including site-specific labelling with fluorescent dyes. The role also includes performing and optimizing single-molecule measurements in vitro, and designing and carrying out experiments independently using a variety of techniques. The post holder will be required to work meticulously to acquire high quality data and ensure the validity and reliability of data at all times.

The ideal candidate will hold a PhD in Biophysics, Biochemistry, Chemical Biology or a related subject, and will be a highly motivated scientist with knowledge in biophysical studies on proteins and nucleic acids. Expertise single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy, optical tweezers is desirable but not essential. A good grasp of the interpretation of associated biochemical and biophysical data would be highly valuable.

The post is full time and is fixed term until 31st August 2019.

Should you have any queries please contact: Professor David Rueda - Should you have any queries regarding the recruitment process please contact: Daisy Alasya-Wade - Should you have any problems with the recruitment system please contact:


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