A postdoctoral research position in Chemical Biology is available in the lab of Professor KaHo
The research project is related to an NIH-MIRA project about the development of subcellular imaging reporters (includes design, synthesis, and characterization of chloride reporters) and cell pathway study. The position holder will collect and analyze experimental data, document results, and observations, draft manuscripts for publication and sponsor required reports, and assist with mentoring graduate and undergraduate students in the research lab.
The successful candidate is expected to be capable of conducting independent research
supported by a strong academic record and have a Ph.D. in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or a
closely related field.
Significant experimental experience with organic synthesis, fluorescence imaging, cell culture, western blot, RT-PCR, etc. is preferred, though all disciplines are welcome.
-Conduct research experiments in the field of Chemical Biology
-Collect and analyze experimental data,
documenting results and observations
-Use document results and observations for manuscript drafting and publication
-Draft manuscripts for publications and sponsor required reporting
-Assist with mentoring graduate and undergraduate students in the research lab
-Ability to work well independently and collaboratively
-Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
-Data management: expertise in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data from
common analytical techniques such as UV-Vis, NMR, imaging, RT-PCR, western blot
-Strong writing and editorial skills: ability to independently handle the preparation of sponsor reports and research manuscripts
Interested individuals please email your CV, a brief cover letter describing your scientific interests and contact information of three references to Ka Ho Leung ([email protected]