Postdoctoral researcher on experimental active matter (Brandeis University)

We are searching for a postdoctoral researcher to work at the interface of biology and physics, on a project using actin and DNA-origami technology to generate new biomimetic model systems for the study of self-organization of active materials. The position will be joint between the labs of Guillaume Duclos (Physics Department; and Bruce Goode (Biology Department; and is part of the NSF-funded Brandeis MRSEC bioinspired soft materials program (

We are looking for competitive applicants with a PhD in Biophysics, Soft matter or Biochemistry. Preference will be given to researchers with strong skills in protein biochemistry, quantitative fluorescence microscopy, and/or DNA-origami.

The applicant will work with state-of-the art microscopes, and receive training in a multidisciplinary and highly collaborative environment. This will include opportunities for quantitative modeling in collaboration with theory groups.

To apply, please send a CV, a brief summary of your research accomplishments, and a brief statement of your research interests to and

Brandeis University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.

Guillaume Duclos

Martin A. Fisher School of Physics,
Brandeis University,
415 South Street,
Waltham, MA 02453


Guillaume Duclos


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