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Utrecht University's Faculty of Science is looking for a Post-doctoral position in computational structural biology (1.0 FTE). Are you interested? Then please …
The successful applicant will support Prof. dr. Ineke Braakman in her roles as Head of Cellular Protein Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry of the Faculty of Science of Utrecht University (UU), and as Chair ...
The successful applicant will support Prof. dr. Ineke Braakman in her roles as Head of Cellular Protein Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry of the Faculty of Science of Utrecht University (UU), and as Chair of the new NWO domain of Exact and Natural Sciences (ENS), coordinating with the secretary at NWO.
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A better future for everyone. This ambition motivates our scientists in executing their leading research and inspiring teaching. At Utrecht University, the various disciplines collaborate intensively towards major societal themes. Our focus is on Dynamics of Youth, Institutions for Open Societies, Life Sciences and Sustainability.
The city of Utrecht is one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands, with a charming old center and an internationally oriented culture that is strongly influenced by its century-old university. Utrecht city has been consistently ranked as one of the most livable cities in the Netherlands.
The Faculty of Science consists of six departments: Biology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Information and Computing Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, Chemistry and Mathematics. The Faculty is home to 5,600 students and nearly 1,500 staff and is internationally renowned for the quality of its research. The Faculty's academic programmes reflect developments in today's society.
The Department of Chemistry covers the whole range of chemistry, with a research focus in Catalysis, Colloids and Structural Biology. In Utrecht education and research form a cohesive whole. Researchers teach Chemistry graduates and undergraduates, including students in Molecular Life Sciences. Our employees conduct international leading research. Our students come here to learn and also contribute to our research.
The Bijvoet Center studies life on the molecular scale. Our focus is on the biomolecules that make up all living organisms, including humans. We concentrate on elucidating the structure of these biomolecules, such as proteins, at the atomic level and on determining the relation between their structure and function in living cells and tissues. The Bijvoet Center and 3 other institutes in Utrecht have joined forces in Science for Life.The work of the research group Cellular Protein Chemistry is dedicated to the origin of protein failure diseases and the regulation and mechanisms of our natural defense systems. Maintaining the natural shape of proteins is essential for life. Failure to do so is origin of lethal, incurable diseases such as Cystic Fibrosis, Alzheimer, Parkinson, ALS, or cancer. Common to those diseases are fatal distortions in protein shape. Human life therefore depends on a defense system that maintains the shape of our proteins, the strongly regulated network of chaperones and folding enzymes.