Single-molecule protein sequencing
The Joo lab is developing cutting-edge proteomic techniques that will allow for the analysis of single proteins. The candidate will develop a method using protein-aptamer interactions and nanostructures. The lab is looking for a candidate with background in physics, biophysics, or engineering. (Updated in May 2022)
Single-molecule fluorescence studies on RNA biology
The Joo lab is developing a novel single-molecule technique that will allow for observation of millions to billions of different DNA/RNA sequences in real time. This new technique will be used for studying CRISPR immunity (CRISPR/Cas9), RNA interference (Argonaute), and DNA elimination. The lab is looking for a candidate with background in physics, biology, or biochemistry.
We are looking for a motivated candidate with background in physics, biochemistry, or molecular biology. One position is available for fall 2022/spring 2023.
Additionally, a post-doc position can be 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.