Duties and Responsibilities
The successful candidate will work with Dr Gabriella Heller in close collaboration with the group of Prof D. Flemming Hansen in the Department of Structural and Molecular Biology at University College London. As part of our team, you will play a key role in the production of viral intrinsically disordered proteins to understand their structures, functions, and druggabilities. In particular, you will produce these proteins using cloning, expression, and purification techniques.
The post is funded until 01 August 2022 in the first instance.
Candidates must have a strong background in biochemistry and molecular biology and experience in production of disordered proteins.
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18 Nov 2021
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