Date posted: 27 January 2020
Closing date: 26 February 2020
Two research associate positions are available to study new mechanisms in DNA replication and the epigenetic basis of chromatin structure.
The successful applicant should have expertise in protein biochemistry and structural biology and will employ in vitro reconstitution and cryo-electron microscopy to investigate either:
- Novel DNA replication mechanisms, or
- how epigenetics affect chromatin structure.
The successful applicant should have expertise in genomics and proteomics and will employ novel sequencing-based approaches together with proteomics to investigate either:
- Novel mechanisms in the initiation of DNA replication and DNA repair, or
- nucleosome/chromatin organisation and structure at a genome-wide level in order to understand gene regulation in health and disease.