Job Opportunities

High throughput single-molecule fluorescence
The Joo lab is developing a novel single-molecule technique that will allow for observation of millions to billions of single molecules in real time. This new technique will be used for studying DNA editing systems including CRISPR/Cas9. The lab is looking for a candidate with background in physics, biochemistry, or biology.

Single-molecule protein sequencing
The Joo lab is developing cutting-edge proteomic techniques that will allow for the analysis of single proteins. The lab is looking for a candidate with background in protein chemistry or chemical engineering. 

(Updated in January 2019)
We are looking for a motivated candidate with background in molecular biology (preferably with experience in eukaryotic cell biology) or biophysics for the projects mentioned at left and a project for studying the DNA editing process in Tetrahymena is availableA post-doc position is offered through various fellowships. Newly graduated post-docs are eligible for Veni (a Dutch grant) and EMBO long-term fellowship. Those, who are not associated with any Dutch institutes, are eligible for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (a European grant for newcomers).

(Updated in January 2019)