Postdoctoral Associate position is available in the laboratory of J. Solo Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry David E. Heppner. Our research goal is to develop novel small-molecule therapeutics for a variety of human diseases utilizing medicinal chemistry, structural biology, biochemistry, and cell biology. Successful candidates are expected to be highly motivated, have scientific independence, excellent English speaking and writing capabilities, and a strong publication track record.
Duties may include, but are not limited to:
* organize and implement research plans
* develop methods or research that incorporate highly specialized training in a specific specialty
* conduct tests procedures and engage in data collection
* analyze, evaluate, and present findings in professional journals and at professional conferences and meetings
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