Two postdoctoral fellow positions are immediately available in Tianmin Fu’s laboratory in the Department of Biological Chemistry and Pharmacology at the Ohio State University. The positions are supported by NIH and departmental funding to study molecular mechanism of signaling protein assembly and regulation in inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases. Fu Lab aims to understand the logic of cell signaling across membrane using a multidisciplinary approach including biochemical reconstitution, cryo-electron microscopy, X-ray crystallography, cell biology and pharmacology.
Successful candidates are expected work closely with Dr. Fu in the lab to design and carry out experiments, analyze, organize, and present data in written form and to meetings, and to write papers and grants.
Salaries, stipend, and benefits are highly competitive and commensurate with university policy and NIH guidelines.
The Ohio State University (OSU) is located in Columbus, the capital of Ohio, a fast-growing city in northeast US.
Postdoctoral fellow candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree (or will complete one soon) in structural biology, biochemistry, biophysics, molecular biology, or closely related biological science areas. Prior experiences with membrane protein purification, or cryo-electron microscopy are a plus but not required.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter summarizing their research interests and CV with a publication list and names and contact info of three references (preferably in a single PDF) to email@example.com. Informal inquiries are welcome.
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