Professor Kobilka's lab is interested in the contribution of protein dynamics to the functional versatility of GPCRs. The lab is currently using fluorescence, NMR and EPR spectroscopy, as well as single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy to provide additional insights into the dynamic properties of GPCRs.
The lab is now recruiting a candidate as a research-track faculty to participate in lab research work.
1. Doctor degree of life sciences or MD, under the age of 40
2. Solid background in molecular biology studies, and owns publications in SCI and other high-level academic papers as first author or corresponding author
3. Researcher in structural biology and membrane protein recepter is preferable
4. Capable of individually undertaking scientific research and leadership, and daily lab management
5. Renowned leadership in the field for his/her academic excellence, with highly recognized record in discipline development of the related fields.
6. Strong English writing and communication skills; capable of individually writing applications for SCI scientific research funds.
Application Materials and deadline
1. Curriculum vitae (in English or Chinese), with an additional chapter on academic achievements and impact to the field.
2. Three letters of recommendation
Deadline for the application: March , 2017