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IMMINENT CLOSING DATE: 28th September 2012

3 (Three) Cancer Research UK-funded Postdoctoral Research Fellow positions
are available immediately in the laboratory of Professor Laurence Pearl
FRS and Dr Antony Oliver, to study the structural basis for the assembly
and specificity of multi-protein complexes involved in the recognition and
repair of DNA damage, and DNA damage signalling.

Additional information, plus full details of how to apply for each of the
posts can be found on the University of Sussex website at the following
URL:  http://www.sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/768

Please follow the application instructions carefully.

The formal closing date for applications is the 28th September 2012.

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The internationally renowned MRC Genome Damage and Stability Centre and
the School of Life Sciences are very well equipped for all aspects of
modern structural biology, with state-of-the-art laboratories for
molecular biology, recombinant expression in bacterial and eukaryotic
hosts, biochemistry, biophysics and X-ray crystallography.

Excellent synchrotron access (~ 2 days/month) is also available through
rolling beam-allocation programmes at both the Diamond Light Source and
ESRF. 

Applicants must have a PhD, and extensive experience in recombinant
expression and protein purification. Previous experience of
crystallization and X-ray crystallography would be a distinct advantage.

The post-holder will be responsible for expression, purification,
crystallization and structure determination of protein-protein and
protein-DNA complexes, plus downstream biochemical and biophysical
characterisation. 

** Informal enquiries only ** may be made to either Professor Pearl [
laurence.pe...@sussex.ac.uk ], or Dr Oliver [ antony.oli...@sussex.ac.uk ].

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