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[ccp4bb] A Postdoctoral fellow positions available in biochemistry and structural biology

A postdoctoral fellow position is available immediately in the Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry at North Carolina State University for Biochemistry and/or protein crystallography. Research in our lab focuses on structural elucidation of protein kinases in cellular signal transduction. We convene an interdisciplinary approach to tackle the underlying questions that includes X-ray crystallography, biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology and in vivo analyses. 


Candidates should be motivated to work independently. The selected postdoc will have the opportunity to conduct research in a truly interdisciplinary setting with close interactions with Biochemistry, Molecular biology and Structural biology groups. 
Candidates with expertise in at least the following areas are invited to apply: 

- Extensive experience in molecular cloning and protein purification.
- Experience in working with X-ray crystallography is preferred.

In addition, candidates are required to demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Interested candidates should email their full CV and a list of three references. 

NC State University (NCSU) is one of the prestigious public universities in US. It is located at the center of North Carolina’s Research Triangle Area, which has multiple research, medicinal, healthcare institutes and biomedical industries. There are ample career opportunities in Biotechnology and medicine. In addition, research triangle area is one of the best places in US for living. Raleigh-Durham area has a lower living cost compared to other big cities. However, quality of living, education, healthcare is among one of the best in the nation. 

Contact information: 

Guozhou Xu, PhD
Assistant professor of Biochemistry
Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7622
Phone:  919-515-0835 (Office) or 646-645-9121 (Cell)
E-mail: gxu3@ncsu.edu