Köhler LabPostdoctoral Position in Nuclear Membrane Architecture and Lipid Metabolism
The nuclear envelope is the signature element of eukaryotes and protective
vessel for the genome. It combines disparate features: durability with
plasticity, selective traffic with mass transport, spatial enclosure with
sophisticated signaling. In doing so, it enables cells to protect, decode and
regulate their genome. Our goal is to understand the architecture and function
of this ‘intelligent boundary' from a mechanistic perspective.
Subjects Molecular biology, protein biochemistry, physics, biophysics
and/or computational biology Description The group of Protein Design and
Self-Assembly at the Life and Medical Sciences Institute, University of Bonn
is offering a PhD position (TV-L EG...
School of Medicine at UCLA invites applications for a position at the level of
research is to identify novel pathways and mechanisms of endothelial
their time performing research and is expected to present their work...