The Wright proteomics laboratory has an open post-doctoral position to define protein interactions to human androgen receptor using quantitative mass spectrometry. The laboratory is assembling a spatial-temporal protein-protein interaction map of androgen receptor to facilitate the molecularly ordering of hormone-dependent signaling in androgen-responsive systems. The laboratory is rooted in discovery proteomics and the utilization of cutting-edge genomic techniques to perturb androgen receptor signaling in various cellular systems. The laboratory is looking for a creative and highly collaborative scientist to lead the research efforts in the areas of proximity biotin labeling and quantitative mass spectrometry, multiplex proximity ligation assays, and quantitative modelling of signal transduction pathways. The Wright laboratory is a welcoming learning environment for all scientists. The principal investigator, Michael E. Wright, is committed to diversity, and providing both equitable and inclusive research opportunities to all persons pursuing a career in academic biomedical research. Overall, the Wright lab embraces cutting-edge technologies and high-quality science to address important problems in the field of biomedical research. The successful candidate is also expected to compete for fellowships and career awards.
Interested candidates should submit their Curriculum Vitae or NIH Biosketch, a cover letter with one paragraph describing past work, as well as one paragraph describing what project they are interested in the Wright laboratory. Please include complete contact information for references. The Wright laboratory is in the Bowen Science Building (BSB) in the Department of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics.
-Applicants must have completed a Ph.D. in molecular and cellular biology, protein biochemistry, or related research field within the last 2-3 years with experience in cellular, molecular, and mass spectrometry-related techniques.
-Molecular biology, protein biochemistry, cell biology, growth and maintenance of cell lines.
-Preferred skills: protein and peptide biochemistry, familiarity with mass spectrometry-based protocols, immunofluorescence imaging, operation of high-performance liquid chromatography equipment, familiarity with Python programming.
Kristin E Gilchrist
Cmed-Molec Physiology & Biophy
Bowen Science Building
51 Newton Road
Iowa City, IA 52242
Tagged as: Chemistry, Life Sciences
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