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  DNA origami nanoarrays for multiplexed single-molecule experiments

   Center for NanoScience (CeNS)

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  Prof Tim Liedl  No more applications being accepted  Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About the Project

The aim of this project is to establish a nanoarray-platform for high-throughput, multiplexed single-molecule experiments. In a first step, this involves the combination of the following three techniques: (i) DNA origami nanoarrays, (ii) DNA origami barcodes, and (iii) DNA PAINT super-resolution microscopy. Subsequently, candidates will apply the platform to a proof-of-principle biophysical/biological system. From there on, there will be ample opportunities and the future direction of the research will be determined together with the candidate.

Requirements: We are looking for a student with a background in (bio)physics, chemistry, biochemistry, or a related field (Master’s degree). Candidates should possess a passion for experimental research and quantitative data analysis as well as basic wet-lab skills.

Position/Salary: TV-L E13 75%

Group: Prof. Tim Liedl, LMU Physics Department


Application procedure

All candidates have to apply via the online application tool of the LMU GraduateCenter. Other forms of application will not be accepted.

Biological Sciences (4) Chemistry (6) Engineering (12) Physics (29)

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