The Louise Johnson Fellowship includes a position as Research Associate for one year (with an option for prolongation for a second year) for a female postdoctoral research associate performing research in one of CUI’s Louise Johnson research groups.
The renowned professor of Molecular Biophysics and pioneer of protein crystallography, Louise Johnson (University of Oxford), had an international role in advising on the exploitation of synchrotron radiation for biological research. She was fascinated by CUI’s interdisciplinary research program and joined CUI to support us as an international collaborator. Before she could do so, Professor Dame Louise Johnson passed away in September 2012.
List of respective research groups
The call for applications is closed.
2017 – Dr. Marina Rodio
2016 – Dr. Rashmi Singla
2015 – Dr. Antonia Karamatskou and Dr. Diana Monteiro
Additional information: Two outstanding candidates receive Louise Johnson Fellowship
2014 – Dr. Amanda Steber
Additional information: In an interview with Dr. Melanie Schnell first Louise Johnson Awardee Dr. Amanda Steber describes what the fellowship means to her: CUI-News No. 3, Interview Amanda Steber