Professor Qing Lin seeks a postdoctoral associate to develop novel bioorthogonal chemistries as tools to study class B G protein-coupled receptor signaling in live cells. The successful candidate is expected to have a strong background in synthetic organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, peptide chemistry, and/or chemical biology. The candidate shall be self-motivated and capable of carrying out the project independently.
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
- Donduct 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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