This position will investigate the structure and assembly of hepatitis B virus in response to host factors and to small molecule effectors of assembly. Our goal is to regulate assembly. The ideal candidate has experience with the biochemistry and biophysics of virus assembly. Experience with EM, and especially cryo-EM, will be particularly valuable
Seekingl, self-motivated, independent, and intellectually curious individuals who by the time of appointment should have PhDs in virology, structural biology, biochemistry, or a related field. Applicants must have strong bench skills, and familiarity with techniques such as protein purification, protein chemistry, fluorescence, and electron microscopy (though training in these techniques will also be provided as necessary). In addition,
Candidates must have demonstrated written and oral communication skills.
Department Contact for Questions:
Inquiries can be directed to Adam Zlotnick (email@example.com)
OAA #: 22006-01
Appointment Status: Non-Tenure Track
Internal Number: 9690
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