POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS to study the biophysics of microtubule motor proteins

POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS are now available at the University of Pennsylvania to study the biophysics of microtubule motor proteins and/or microtubule plus end dynamics using single molecule approaches. A Ph.D. in cell biology, biochemistry, biophysics, biological chemistry,
physics, or molecular biology is preferred. The funded position is part of a collaborative project between the laboratories of Dr. Erika Holzbaur and Dr. Yale E. Goldman, in the Dept. of Physiology in the School of Medicine and Pennsylvania Muscle Institute. The research involves the use of single molecule approaches both in vitro and in vivo to examine microtubule motor function and microtubule plus end dynamics in molecular detail.

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