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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Vascular. Structural, and Computational Biology
Dept of Biochemistry/Dept of Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Dept of Chemistry/Dept of Biophysical and Biological Sciences
Univ. of Houston
Houston, Texas

Ph.D. in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biophysics, or related area
Experience and skill in use of multidimensional NMR for elucidating
    biomolecular  structures
Strong interest and motivation for learning and developing new methods
    for using NMR data for computing high probability structures
US citizenship or permanent residency

Area of Research Interest:
Proline rich peptide interaction with FK binding protein
Apo(a) kringle interaction with apolipoprotein peptides

200, 400, and 600 NMR spectrometers
multiple SGI and DEC workstations for structure calculations
CD, EPR, UV, and fluorescence resources

Affiliated programs:
Keck Center for Computational Biology (Major sponsor of the Fellowship)
The Institute of Molecular Design
Houston Area Molecular Biophysics Program
Atherosclerosis and Vascular Biology Training Program

To apply send:
Curriculum vitae
Three letters of reference

Application address:
        Xiaolian Gao                    Joel Morrisett
        Dept of Chemistry               Dept of Biochemistry
        Univ of Houston                 Baylor College of Medicine
        Houston, TX 77204-5641          Houston, TX 77030
        tel:(713)-743-2805              tel: (713)-798-4164
        fax:(713)-743-2709              fax: (713)-798-4121
        email:gao at kitten.chem.uh.edu    email:morriset at bcm.tmc.edu

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