[phenixbb] Research Assistant Position in Structural Biology of Macromolecular Complexes

Sebastian Klinge klinge at mail.rockefeller.edu
Wed Sep 11 07:16:56 PDT 2013

*Research Assistant Position in Structural Biology of Macromolecular 

The Rockefeller University, a premier biomedical research institute, 
seeks a Research Assistant to join our Laboratory of Protein and Nucleic 
Acid Chemistry.

The successful applicant will be part of a creative and highly motivated 
team of biochemists and structural biologists, which are interested in 
the structure and function of multi-protein complexes involved in key 
steps of the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. The laboratory houses a 
state of the art large scale fermenter, tissue culture and 
crystallization rooms and has access to the Rockefeller Structural 
Biology Resource Center with liquid handling and crystallization robots 
(Formulator by Formulatrix and Phoenix by Art Robbins respectively) and 
a Rigaku/MSC microMax 007 HF X-ray generator.

B.S. or M.S. degree with a strong background in biochemistry or 
molecular biology is required. Experience with protein production in 
insect cells (preferably MultiBac) and familiarity with molecular 
biology techniques is essential.

The ideal candidate will interact well with other members of the 
laboratory, be well organized and interested in working in a high 
quality research environment and collaborate closely with the principal 
investigator in running the laboratory. Responsibilities will include 
setting up an insect cell facility as well as general laboratory duties 
such as inventory, organization and pick-up of supplies and cataloging 
the laboratory's clone stocks.

We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a beautiful 
working environment. To apply to this job, click the following URL, 
click on 'staff opportunities' and enter keyword 'IRC14241':


/The Rockefeller University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment 
Opportunity/VEVRAA employer./

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