Integrative modelling of infection cycles
For ‘dry-lab’ bioinformaticians, we offer opportunities to develop applied projects based on our own experimental data, data from collaborators at EMBL and outside, and projects focused on software development. For ‘wet-lab’ experimentalists, we have a cell biology lab, in which we run proteomics and imaging projects related to the influenza A virus.
!!! Closing date: 27 March 2022 !!!
We are seeking to recruit an experienced and highly motivated software engineer to develop, implement and provide new computational methods for structural modeling of large macromolecular complexes..
Read more and apply here: https://www.embl.org/jobs/position/HH00209
Applicants willing to apply for external fellowships are always encouraged to contact Jan Kosinski by email.
We are always looking for students to work on developing and application of novel methods for integrative modeling of infection cycles based on systems data, molecular structures, and cryo-electron tomograms, discovering new host-pathogen interactions, and integrative modeling macromolecular complexes. A background and/or interest in bioinformatics, structural modeling, programming, or systems biology are beneficial. Students will have the opportunity to learn a variety of bioinformatics and modeling tools and gain expertise in the cutting-edge field of integrative structure and systems biology. Willingness to work in the wet lab is welcome but not required. Students are expected to be highly motivated to work on challenging research projects in an international team.
Please have a look at the pages for Visitors and Undergraduates and send your CV and a brief motivation letter to Jan Kosinski directly.
See also other opportunities.