We are hiring again…
Merck & Co., Inc. posted another opening for a cryo EM scientist located in Kenilworth, NJ. There are two links (Sr. Scientist, PhD + at least 2 years post-doc experience, and Assoc. Prin. Scientist, PhD + at least 6 years post-doc experience) and based on the person's experience the applicant should pick the appropriate link.
Any candidates that wish to be considered MUST apply through the website.
This position within the Biochemical Engineering & Structure department at Merck Research Laboratories (Kenilworth NJ USA) will support drug discovery through the use of atomic resolution single particle cryo-EM to determine the structure of therapeutically important targets. The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of the single particle cryo-EM process, from sample preparation and data collection through 3-D reconstruction and will work in collaboration with medicinal and computational chemists The successful candidate will also work closely with molecular biologists and protein biochemists and will have access to automated cloning, _expression_, and crystallization technologies.
Productive and collaborative interactions with other members of the global, cross-functional department are required. There is an expectation for periodic travel to other locations. Cooperative and collaborative use of internal expertise and resources will be essential to success. The position requires active interaction with the external scientific community to continually improve scientific understanding, including presentations at national or international meetings.
Consistently cited as a great place to work, Merck employs talented people who discover, develop, manufacture, and market a wide range of vaccines and medicines to address unmet medical needs. Each of us is joined by an extraordinary sense of purpose — bringing Merck’s finest achievements to people worldwide. The Merck Kenilworth campus is located within commuting distance from NYC. This close proximity allows for close interactions with the quickly expanding high resolution single particle cryo-EM community as well as the structural biology field at large, giving easy access to the latest developments in the field.
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