Postdoctoral Position in Supramolecular Interactions : A postdoctoral position is available in the field of supramolecular interactions involving amyloid peptides and inorganic polyanions. The position, expected to start between February and August 2024, is part of a consortium consisting of researchers from Universite Paris Cite and Sorbonne University. The project aims to understand the supramolecular assembly of amyloid-β peptides in the presence of polyanions, focusing on polyphosphate polymers (PP) and PolyOxoMetalates (POM). The applicant will utilize NMR spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamics approaches to study the interactions.
Postdoctoral Position in the Field of Supramolecular Interactions Involving Amyloid Peptides and Inorganic Polyanions
|Designation||Postdoctoral Position in Supramolecular Interactions|
|Research Area||Supramolecular Chemistry, Amyloid Peptides, Inorganic Polyanions|
|Location||Universite Paris Cite and Sorbonne University, Paris, France|
|Eligibility/Qualification||Ph.D. in Biomolecular NMR, Experience in biomolecular NMR (solution and/or solid-state), Specific focus on amyloid peptides, Experience in molecular modeling (preferred)|
|Job Description||Prepare NMR samples, Implement and optimize solution and solid-state NMR experiments, Analyze resulting data and collaborate on Molecular Dynamics results, Work at LCBPT at Universite Paris Cite and Thierry AzaIs’ lab at Sorbonne University|
|How to Apply||Send CV, letter of interest, and contact information for 2/3 references to N. Giraud (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Last Date for Apply||Until position filled|
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The successful candidate will be located at LCBPT at Universite Paris Cite, with funding for 18 months (potential extension to 24 months) provided by a grant from the French Research Ministry (ANR grant SUPRAMY). The consortium’s research focuses on exploring the chemistry and biophysics of amyloid-forming peptides and their interactions.