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About the position:
- Research and graduate education at the Department of Chemistry and Molecular biology comprises a wide scientific field from the atomic and molecular levels all the way through cells to intact organisms.
- Much of the phenomena studied here impact on our natural environment and living systems.
- We participate in undergraduate programs in chemistry, molecular biology, medicinal chemistry, biology, marine sciences, and pharmacy.
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is an actively developing biophysical technique that provides atomic-level information about spatial structure, dynamics, and interactions of key molecular components of a living cell.
- Our group at the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology and the Swedish NMR Centre is the forefront of developing new NMR experiments, signal processing algorithms, automation of data analysis.
- To qualify as a postdoc, the applicant must have completed a Swedish doctoral degree or must have a foreign degree corresponding to a Swedish doctoral degree.
- You have a PhD in chemistry, physics, or biology and a solid background in solution state bimolecular NMR spectroscopy; knowledge in NMR theory and experiment.
How to Apply:
- In order to apply for a position at the University of Gothenburg, you have to register an account in our online recruitment system.
- It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application is complete in accordance with the instructions in the job advertisement, and that it is submitted before the deadline.
- The selection of candidates is made on the basis of the qualifications registered in the application.
|Originations||University of Gothenburg|
|Type of position||Postdoctoral|
|Subject areas||Chemistry ,Molecular biology, marine sciences, and pharmacy|