3 PhD Student Positions: Three PhD student positions are available in the group of Prof. Dr. Nina Hartrampf in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Zurich (Switzerland). The group focuses on using flow chemistry for the chemical synthesis and modification of peptides and proteins. As part of the collaborative and interdisciplinary SNSF Sinergia Project “MYConnect,” the research will investigate the role of phosphorylation-dependent MYC interactions in cancer biology. The project aims to develop new synthetic methodology for preparing synthetic MYC analogues to characterize their binding interactions in biophysical assays.
|3 PhD Student Positions in Chemical Protein Synthesis (80%)
|Prof. Dr. Nina Hartrampf, Department of Chemistry, University of Zurich, Switzerland
|Chemical Protein Synthesis and Chemical Biology
|Investigating phosphorylation-dependent MYC interactions in cancer biology and developing synthetic MYC analogues.
|Master’s degree in chemistry or biochemistry. Experience in biophysical assays, chemical biology, peptide chemistry, or molecular biology is a plus.
|Letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, summary of past research accomplishments, transcripts, copy of degree, contact details of two referees.
|How to Apply
|Submit a single PDF application to be considered.
|Submit your application as soon as possible.
Study Area: The research focuses on Chemical Protein Synthesis and Chemical Biology, specifically investigating phosphorylation-dependent MYC interactions in cancer biology.
3 PhD Student Positions in Chemical Protein Synthesis (80%)
The scholarship involves three PhD positions in a collaborative project named “MYConnect,” aiming to understand the role of phosphorylation-dependent MYC interactions in cancer biology. The research includes the development of synthetic MYC analogues and their characterization using biophysical assays.
Eligibility: Candidates should hold a Master’s degree in chemistry or biochemistry. Experience in biophysical assays, chemical biology, peptide chemistry (SPPS), or molecular biology is a plus.
- Letter of motivation
- Curriculum vitae
- Summary of past research accomplishments
- Transcripts of academic records
- Copy of the degree
- Contact details of two referees (e.g., M.Sc. thesis supervisor)
How to Apply: Submit your application as a single PDF, including all required documents, as soon as possible. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Last Date: Submit your application as soon as possible.