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Mechanism of Bacterial and Eukaryotic Translation
Posted on: Tuesday, August 16, 2011.
We are seeking talented and motivated postdoctoral fellow to study mechanism of bacterial and eukaryotic translation. We use ensemble and single molecule fluorescence resonance energy transfer to study structural dynamics of the ribosome and translation factors. Applicants must have a recent Ph.D. and expertise in molecular biology with publications in international peer-reviewed journals. Applicants with experience in ribosome and RNA biochemistry and/or fluorescent spectroscopy are encouraged to apply
Please submit a statement of research interests and experience, and current curriculum vitae to Dr. Ermolenko.
Our lab is currently recruiting graduate students. Motivated candidates who are interested in studying mechanisms of bacterial and eukaryotic translation using ensemble and single-molecule fluorescent methods are encouraged to email Dmitri Ermolenko.
- Movement of Elongation Factor G between Compact and Extended Conformations. J Mol Biol. In press. (2014 Nov 15).
- Following movement of domain IV of elongation factor G during ribosomal translocation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 111, 15060-5. (2014 Oct 21).
- A post-translational regulatory switch on UPF1 controls targeted mRNA degradation. Genes Dev. 28, 1900-16. (2014 Sep 01).