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position available

Nick Blom nick at BCH.UMontreal.CA
Fri May 2 10:48:48 EST 1997

			   University of Montreal
			 Department of Biochemistry

                         Protein Structure-Function

A research position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Jurgen Sygusch for
work on structural aspects of catalysis in glycolytic aldolases as well as
structure determination of novel metallo-endopeptidases and their inhibitor
complexes. The position requires solid post-doctoral experience in protein
crystallography, including data collection, structure interpretation and
refinement, and is available starting July 1997. Salary is highly competitive
(approximately $CAN 35.000, depending on experience) and includes fringe
benefits. Initial appointment is for 2-3 years, renewable, with possibility of
long-term career in a biotechnological company.

Montreal and environment offers the ambiance of a big city. Bilingual by
definition, Montreal has all the good things from both the French and English
cultures which include excellent restaurants, museums and theatres. During
winter, with the average temperature in the teens (F), it offers ample
possibility to skate, to do cross-country or downhill skiing. In summer, with
temperatures between 70-85 F, it is famous for its festivals: The Montreal Jazz
Festival or the Just for Laughs Festival. For a walk in Old Montreal, you
better bring your roller-blades along.  Sport events include the Montreal Open
and Formula 1 Grand Prix or family biking in the 'Tour de l'Ile'. And do not
forget, Montreal is home of 'les Canadiens'.

Applications including a comprehensive resume and references from 3 referees
should be sent to:

Dr. Jurgen Sygsuch
University of Montreal
CP 6128, Station Centre Ville
Montreal, Quebec

phone: +1-514-343-2389
fax  : +1-514-343-2210
email: syguschj at bch.umontreal.ca

Dr. Nick Blom			    Tel  : +1-514-3436111 ext 5352
Departement de Biochimie	    Fax  : +1-514-3432210
Universite de Montreal		    Email: nick at bch.umontreal.ca
C.P. 6128, Station Centre-Ville
Montreal, PQ, H3C 3J7

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