About the lab
The SWITCH Laboratory is one of the leading laboratories in human disease-related protein aggregation. It is an interdisciplinary workplace, bringing together about twenty researchers from different backgrounds, such as bioinformatics, biophysics and cell biology.
SWITCH has a unique platform of technologies for studying protein aggregation, including biophysical, ultrastructural and cell biological instrumentations.
For a primer on who we are, what we do and our latest publications, see .
You will investigate the cellular mechanisms and consequences of the interactions of protein aggregates with other cellular proteins.
You will work in the context of a bigger project on the specificity of protein aggregation. We have developed a structural hypothesis based on the concept of co-aggregation and have a pipeline in place to identify potential interacting proteins using bioinformatics, biophysical methods and cellular screening approaches.
Starting Date : as soon as possible
How to apply?
For more information contact hannah.wilkinson kuleuven.vib.be. Please complete the online application procedure and include a detailed CV including list of publications, a motivation letter, and the contact information of three referees.