A postdoctoral position Bardwell Lab at the University of Michigan and the
Howard Hughes Medical Institute is available for an expert in X-ray
crystallography and protein biochemistry. The Bardwell laboratory focuses
on discovering and characterizing new chaperone proteins, including
structural dissection of chaperone mechanism. The lab is well funded by
both HHMI and NIH sources, and features state-of-the-art crystallography
and biophysics equipment. The incoming postdoc will have the benefit of
interfacing with the strong structural biology community at University of
Michigan, including the Center for Structural Biology, as well as priority
access to LS-CAT at the Advanced Photon Source. Examples of recent
crystallography publications from the Bardwell lab are below. Interested
applicants should send CV and statement of interest to James Bardwell at

Recent Bardwell lab crystallography projects:

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