Molecular machines are proteins or protein complexes that convert chemical energy into conformational changes to carry out work in the cell. Our group studies how the molecular structures and dynamics of molecular machines together enable their function and regulation. One major focus are nucleic-acid interacting enzymes whose aberrant function or dysregulation is often associated with severe diseases such as cancer.
Open positions
We are currently looking for postdoctoral researchers with background in molecular biology and/or biophysics.
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If you are interested in joining our laboratory as a postdoctoral researcher or PhD student, please send your CV to Assistant Professor Sebastian Deindl, sebastian.deindl[at]icm.uu.se.

We are always happy to explore the possibility of co-applying for fellowships with outstanding and highly motivated candidates. Possible funding sources are listed below.

• www.embo.org/funding-awards/fellowships/long-term- fellowships
• https://www.jsmf.org/programs/cs/
• http://www.h2020.md/en/marie-skłodowska-curie-individual- fellowships-if-ef
• http://www.swgc.org/postdoktorsstipendier-sverige.aspx
• http://www.carltryggersstiftelse.se/ index.php?sida=stipendier&n=3
• http://www.hfsp.org/funding/postdoctoral-fellowships/guidelines
Latest news
April 2017: Andrew Emmerich joins our group as a PhD student - Welcome!
April 2017: Guanzhong Mao joins our group as a postdoctoral researcher - Welcome!
March 2017: Yang Chen joins our group as a postdoctoral researcher - Welcome!
January 2017: Shakira Govind will join the group as a Master's student - Welcome!
January 2017: Congratulations to Robert from Greg Bowman's laboratory and Anton from our laboratory to their paper in eLife.
September 2016: Sebastian Deindl has been awarded an ERC starting grant!
June 2016: Anton Sabantsev joins our laboratory as a postdoctoral researcher - Welcome!
December 2014: Sebastian Deindl has been selected as one of 29 Wallenberg Academy Fellows
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