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We currently have a postdoctoral position available, if you are interested in applying/developing methods to study dynamic chaperone complexes email

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Research Mission

We use Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) methods to investigate complex biological mechanisms, including protein folding and misfolding, and chaperone mediated proteostasis. By combining NMR with fluorescence-based techniques, mass spectrometry and electron microscopy we aim to develop new approaches that visualize these events across the microscopic to the macroscopic scales.

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Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College London

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