Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Researcher to work on the structure-function and signal transduction of insect (Drosophila melanogaster) insulin receptor (dmIR). The work is funded by a BBSRC grant to York for up to three years. You will be supervised by Professor A. Marek Brzozowski and will work in the York Structural Biology Laboratory within the Department of Chemistry.
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You will conduct research on insulin receptor signalling in insect (Dm) system that is highly homologous to Tyrosine-Kinase-receptor based human insulin hormonal regulatory pathway. Key responsibilities will include:
Interview date: TBC
For informal enquiries: please contact Prof Marek Brzozowski on email@example.com
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