Graduate students already at Dartmouth with expertise or interest in either computational protein modeling, including protein design, rigorous structure-based thermodynamic calculations and algorithmic development, or experimental biophysics and structural characterization of proteins are highly encouraged to speak with Gevorg about joining the lab. We are especially excited about individuals interested in combining these two aspects of our work.
Students from outside of Dartmouth interested in these research areas are encouraged to apply to our graduate program.
Candidates with a background in experimental biophysics are of most immediate interest for the lab. Prior experience with computational tools for structural biology is a plus. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Gevorg Grigoryan via email (gevorg at cs.dartmouth.edu). Please include a summary of research background and explanation of interest in our work.
The wet-laboratory side of research in the lab involves biophysical and structural characterization of proteins and protein interactions, including both engineered and native proteins. Candidates with considerable expertise concerning protein expression and purification, peptide chemical synthesis, and biophysical measurements (e.g. circular dichroism and other spectroscopy, isothermal titration calorimetry, or fluorescence polarization assays) are encouraged to apply for a laboratory technician position. Managerial skills are a plus as the technician would ideally also partially fulfill the responsibilities of a lab manager. Competitive compensation will be commensurate with experience and responsibilities. Contact Gevorg Grigoryan by email (gevorg at cs.dartmouth.edu) with a CV and a brief description of background and research interests.