The Laboratory of Molecular Delivery in the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering at UNC / NC State is seeking a highly motivated synthetic organic chemistry postdoctoral candidate to help with synthesis, bioconjugation and evaluation of novel therapeutic agents. The successful candidate will be involved in design and synthesis of prodrug- and click-conjugated drugs and light-activated therapeutics for cancer chemotherapy and immunotherapy, intracranial drug delivery and for treatment of other diseases.
Applicant should have a PhD in organic chemistry and a demonstrated record of publications. The candidate will work as part of a young, motivated and interdisciplinary lab combining chemistry, biomaterials and drug delivery. We are seeking an independent and motivated student capable of designing synthetic routes, solving synthetic and bioconjugation problems and synthesizing target molecules.
The candidate should be interested in expanding their expertise to cell culture and small animal studies. Candidate is expected to have good communication skills and knowledge of standard characterization techniques (NMR, UV-VIS, LC-MS, etc.).
Prof. Brudno’s lab is a new lab located in the UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering working at the interface of chemistry, biomedical engineering and clinical needs. The multidisciplinary research focus provides unique and outstanding training and collaborating opportunities with clinicians. Dr. Brudno is committed to mentoring and training the candidate, providing all the support the candidate needs to reach their career goals.
Applicants should send a cover letter, CV, and the names and contact information of three references to: Dr. Yevgeny Brudno at email@example.com. One of the references should be someone the applicant has directly mentored and able speak to their experience working with the applicant as a mentor and a colleague.
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For more information about our lab, visit: https://pharmaco.bme.unc.edu/