Post Summary 
The Membrane Structural and Funtional Biology group seeks to solve the structure of medically important membrane proteins for use in structure/function studies and for structure-based therapeutics development. Target proteins are involved in communicable and non-communicable diseases. 

An exciting postdoctoral research position is available in the group. We are looking for a highly motivated, creative and hardworking individual with experience in biochemistry and molecular biology to join our multidisciplinary team at Trinity in a lab that offers superb facilities and a supportive environment. Individuals interested in moving into the membrane protein field are encouraged to apply. 

Person Specification
The candidate must have a Ph.D in biochemistry, biophysics, molecular biology or a related field. Demonstrated success in all aspects of molecular biology, recombinant protein production, purification, and functional characterization is required. Experience with membrane protein over-expression, crystallization, and structure-function studies is desirable. The candidate should be a highly motivated and creative individual who enjoys working as part of a collaborative, multidisciplinary team. Strong leadership, communication and teaching skills are decided assets. A willingness and freedom to travel worldwide on short-term projects is expected. 

€38,631 - €45,942 per annum depending on experience

Closing Date 
Until the position is filled

Principal Investigator 
Prof. Martin Caffrey

Application Procedure 
Candidates are asked to submit a letter detailing education, training and laboratory experience. In the letter, the candidate should outline why they feel they are suitable for the position in an interdisciplinary group that will involve extensive interaction with collaborators and data collection at facilities around the globe. The letter of application must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV to include the names and contact details of two referees (email addresses and phone numbers to be provided). At least one referee should be an individual the candidate has worked with and who has agreed to provide a letter of reference on the candidate's behalf. The letter and CV should be combined in a single PDF.

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