[phenixbb] Research Track Assistant Professor Positions
Diana.Tomchick at utsouthwestern.edu
Mon May 22 03:44:51 PDT 2017
Assistant Professor, Research Track
Department of Biophysics
The Structural Biology Laboratory at UT Southwestern Medical Center currently has two openings at the non-tenure track Research Assistant Professor level for highly-motivated individuals who enjoy working in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary setting.
· Position #1: Cryo-electron microscopist with extensive experience in high resolution single-particle reconstruction, including sample grid preparation, data collection, the use of modern software for particle picking and classification, map generation, model building and structure validation. Experience in cryo-EM tomography is a plus.
· Position #2: X-ray crystallographer with extensive experience in modern methods of crystallization, data collection using home and synchrotron sources, structure solution via various experimental techniques, refinement and structure validation.
For both positions, a Ph.D. in biochemistry, chemistry, physics or a related field is required. Facility with related techniques for each position such as cryo-electron microscopy, X-ray crystallography, NMR, small-angle X-ray scattering, isothermal titration calorimetry, analytical ultracentrifugation and protein expression and purification is highly desirable.
Job requirements include a significant amount of both formal and informal teaching, and teaching experience is highly desirable. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
About the UT Southwestern Structural Biology Laboratory
The Structural Biology Laboratory (Diana Tomchick, Director) is a platform that allows researchers with different expertise to come together in a collaborative setting and tackle biological problems in a comprehensive way. Our publications are representative of the success of this strategy: http://www3.utsouthwestern.edu/sbl/Publications.html
State-of-the-art equipment is currently installed, operational and shared between the members in the Structural Biology community at UT Southwestern. Cryo-EM equipment consists of one 300 kV Titan Krios microscope, one 200 kV Talos Arctica microscope, and a cryo-Scios DualBeam for cryo-FIB milling. In addition, the Structural Biology Laboratory has a dedicated lab for cryo-EM grid preparation, with an FEI Vitrobot and assorted instruments for sample prep. Computational facilities include a campus high-performance computing cluster. Crystallographic equipment includes an Art Robbins Gryphon crystallization robot and a Scorpion liquid handling robot, a Jansi UVEX UV microscope, a Rigaku FRE superbright rotating anode X-ray generator with an ACTOR sample mounting robot, and 30 days of guaranteed synchrotron beam time at Sector 19 of the Advanced Photon Source.
These facilities are supplemented by a variety of biophysical instruments supporting the study of macromolecules using NMR, CD, dynamic light scattering, analytical ultracentrifugation, stopped-flow kinetics, isothermal titration calorimetry, microscale thermophoresis and mass spectrometry.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vita and three letters of reference by July 10, 2017 to Diana Tomchick, Chair, Structural Biology Laboratory Search Committee, U.T. Southwestern Medical Center, 5323 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX 75390-8816. UT Southwestern is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
For further inquiries, please contact:
Department of Biophysics, Rm. ND10.214A
UT Southwestern Medical Center
5323 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas TX 75390-8816
Tel. +1 214 645 6383
Email: Diana.Tomchick at UTSouthwestern.edu<mailto:Diana.Tomchick at UTSouthwestern.edu>
Diana R. Tomchick
Departments of Biophysics and Biochemistry
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
5323 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75390-8816
Diana.Tomchick at UTSouthwestern.edu
(214) 645-6383 (phone)
(214) 645-6353 (fax)
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