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  • A postdoctoral position in mechanistic enzymology is immediately available at Kansas State University. The position is for one year and renewal is contingent upon your satisfactory progress. Successful candidates should obtain their Ph.D. degrees within last two years focusing on Enzymology, Biochemistry, Chemical Biology, or related disciplines. Applicants should also have strong research background in the following areas:

    1. Molecular cloning and expression and purification of recombinant proteins.
    2. Enzyme kinetics and biochemical/biophysical characterization of proteins.
    3. Experience in protein crystallization or genetics is a plus.

    Applicants should have the ability to work both independently and as a part of the team. He/She should also have excellent written and oral communication skills. Please send your CV, 3 names of your referees, up to 3 representative publications, and a brief statement of your research experience to Professor Ping Li via email address

  • Manager of Protein Expression Facility is available at Texas A&M University, College Station, United States

    The Chemistry Department at Texas A&M University invites applications for the position of Manager of a Protein Expression Facility. Candidates are expected to hold a doctorate degree and to have extensive experience with gene cloning, mutagenesis and overexpression. The Protein Facility provides the campus research community with various DNA constructs and expertise and training in molecular biology techniques. Interested candidates should send an application containing a cover letter, a CV and contact information for 3 reference letters to Professor Tadhg Begley at

  • A Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available in the laboratory of Professor Eriks Rozners at Binghamton University to work on a project “Amide-Modified RNA: Synthesis, Structure and Potential for RNA Interference” supported by National Institutes of Health. The appointment is for one year and will be renewable for up to three years depending on performance of the candidate.

    The Postdoctoral Research Associate will assume a leading role in a team involving several graduate students. Specifically, the Postdoctoral Research Associate will be responsible for synthesis, biophysical studies and cellular uptake experiments of amide-modified RNA. The project is interdisciplinary and involves collaborations with structural biochemists and RNA biologists. The project involves synthetic organic chemistry, nucleic acid and peptide synthesis and spectroscopic, cell biochemistry and fluorescence spectroscopy techniques to study the modified RNA. For more information of our research group and projects, please visit

    The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry and experience with nucleic acid synthesis. Experience with peptide chemistry and cell culture work will be an advantage. The position will be available starting June 1, 2015 and hopefully will be filled before end of August. For more information and to apply contact Professor Eriks Rozners at

  • Postdoctoral Research Associate – Mechanistic Enzymology and Microbiology

    Institution: Washington State University School of Molecular Biosciences

    Institution’s URL:

    Availability: Immediately (February 2015)

    Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience

    Location: Pullman, WA

    Contact: or 509-335-7714

    A National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded postdoctoral position to explore the mechanistic enzymology of radical S-adenosyl-L-methionine (SAM) enzymes and investigate microbially-induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICCP) is available in Dr. Susan Wang’s lab in the School of Molecular Biosciences at Washington State University located in Pullman, Washington. This is a full-time, non-tenure-track position with guaranteed funding for one year and the potential for renewal depending on external funding. For more information and/or to apply, please submit 1) a cover letter detailing specific interest in the position, 2) curriculum vitae, and 3) the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of at least three references at

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