2013 Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Structural Biology in UK

The University of York offers Postdoctoral Fellowships in the field of Chemistry in UK

Study Subject(s): Study subject is Chemistry.
Course Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing postdoctoral degree level.
Scholarship Provider: University of York
Scholarship can be taken at: UK


– Applicants are expected to have an appropriate PhD level qualification commensurate with the job description for the post
– PhD or equivalent degree in an aspect of structural biology or analysis of carbohydrate-active enzymes.

Scholarship Open for International Students: UK students can apply for this scholarship.

Scholarship Description: Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellow to investigate the structural enzymology of the O-GlcNAc modification in mammalian cells.  The project is funded by the BBSRC and will be supervised by Professor Gideon Davies, FRS and Professor Rod Hubbard at the York Structural Biology Laboratory (YSBL), Department of Chemistry, University of York.

Number of awards offered: Two Scholarships are offered.

Tenure of award: The post is available from early 2013 for up to 3 years on a full time basis.

Value: Starting salary will be £29,249 per year, on Grade 6 of the University scales.

Other Benefits: Not Known

Selection criteria:Not Known

Notification: It is anticipated that interviews for the post will be held in one month or as soon as possible after that date and certainly no later than two months after the closing date for applications. Applicants who are shortlisted for interview will be sent details of time and venue(15 January 2013) as soon as possible after the closing date.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Scholarship Application Deadline: Do submit your applications till 16 December 2012.

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