Official positions will open up from time to time Currently open or about to be open positions are listed below:

  • August 2020

    We will soon be announcing a new Technical position due to start in October 2020. Information will be available here

    • July 2020

      We will soon be announcing a new postdoctoral position due to start in October 2020. Information will be available here

      • July 2020

        The Heddle lab is pleased to announce specialist technical position due to start in October 2020. This is part of a new NCN "Maestro" grant to design and build novel artificial protein cages. If you are interested in helping determinecryo-EM tructures of these cages please download the forms here

        • July 2020

          The Heddle lab is pleased to announce two new postdoctoral researcher positions due to start in October 2020. This is part of a new NCN "Maestro" grant to design and build novel artificial protein cages. If you are interested in designing and building artificial portein complexes, using cryo-EM to determine their structures and testing them out in living systems please apply here

          • June 2020 Soon announcing PhD positions. personal data proocessing agreement is here or in Polish here and files needed to be completed for doctoral school application here

              • May 2020 Now recruiting a Master’s student for a fully funded position lasting for up to 2 years, working with Yusuke Azuma on his exciting project. The successful candidate will be involved in the research project for supercharged protein engineering. You can find the application details, and the format for the "agreement for processing personal data". The application deadline is 21st June, 2020. More information here

                • February 2020 We currently have two openings to work with Yusuke Azuma on exciting protein engineering projects: One position is for an administrator/lab manager, a second is for a laboratory technician Download the job ad for the administrator here, And download the job ad for the technician here

                  • Assistant Professor ("Adjunkt") in Biological nanoscience.The successful candidate will join a large multidisciplinary team investigating both wet-lab and in-silico based synthetic structural biology (i.e. protein and DNA-based nanomachines) as well as biochemical and structural studies of DNA gyrase. The candidate will be given significant freedom in their research project. You can download application details here

                  • Postdoctoral Researcher in Biological nanoscience. As part of our FNP-TEAM grant awarded to carry out ground-breaking research to design and build DNA origami - protein hybrid machines for use in constructing artificial cells we are recruiting a postdoctoral research scientist with experience in some or all of the following: Structural biology; protein biochemistry, liposomes/lipid biology, microfluidics. The position will start in June 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter and includes the chance to work with collaborators at the Max Planck insitute for Medical Research in Heidelberg. You can download application details here or via Euraxess.

                  • As part of our FNP-TEAM grant awarded to carry out ground-breaking research to design and build DNA origami - protein hybrid machines for use in constructing artificial cells we are recruiting a Technician Scientist. The position will start in June 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter and includes the chance to work with a variety of collaborators ain multidisciplinary topics. You can download application details here

                  • One technician (full time) and one Masters student to work with Yusuke Sakai in the Heddle Lab on a POLONEZ funded project to build and test novel DNA origam nanorobots for medical application. Start dates in September 2017. All positions are fully funded with salaries/stipends. More details are here

                  • One PhD position to work with Soumyanda Chakraborti in the lab who has has been awarded a presitgious Homing Fellowship from FNP to carry out a new and exciting bionanoscience project entitled "A Programmable Modular, Molecular “Ball-and-Glove” with Potential for Drug Delivery". As part of the project he will be funding a PhD to join the lab to work on the project You can download application details for the PhD position here Closing date is September 5th 2017.

                  • One technician (full time) and one Masters student to work with Yusuke Sakai in the Heddle Lab on a POLONEZ funded project to build and test novel DNA origam nanorobots for medical application. Start dates in September 2017. All positions are fully funded with salaries/stipends. More details are here

                  • As part of our FNP-TEAM grant awarded to carry out ground-breaking research to design and build DNA origami - protein hybrid machines for use in constructing artificial cells, we will be recruiting three postdoctoral scientists, two PhD students and one masters student. All to start in September 2017. The research will be carried out in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg, Germany. All positions are fully (and generously) funded. You can download application details for Masters student position, the First PhD student position (DNA nanoscience), and the Second PhD student position (protein nanoscience). Closing dates are August 10th.

                  • One technician (part time) to research unusual gyrases funded by OPUS, is now available. The work is relevant to diseases such as malaria and toxoplasmosis and, it is hoped, will contribute towards development of new treatments. Deadline for applications: August 7th, 2017 . Download the full details

                  • The Heddle Lab is searching for a postdoctoral researcher interested in designing and building novel nanomachines and structures using biological molecules (protein, DNA, lipids). This is a fully-funded, full time position and will be officially announced soon. The sucessful candidate will be granted significant freedom to pursue their own research ideas. Deadline for applications: September 15th 2017 (subject to change) . Download the full application details

                  • The Heddle Lab is searching for a technical assistant (full or part time). The successful candidate will assist the members of the lab in all areas including significant administrative duties. Deadline: August 1st 2017 Download the full application details.