The York Structural Biology laboratory within the Department of Chemistry wish to recruit a Research Associate in Computational Methods for Structural Biology to work on the BBSRC-funded project “CCP4 Advanced integrated approaches to macromolecular structure determination”, which is a large collaborative project as part of the UK CCP4 consortium and spanning five institutions. Funding is available for a fulltime post (with flexibility if required) for up to 42 months in the group of Professor Kevin Cowtan.
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You will conduct research projects under the supervision of senior colleagues, specifically to:
Where appropriate you will:
Interview date: to be confirmed
For informal enquiries: please contact Professor Kevin Cowtan on email@example.com
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