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Posted July 28, 2014
Post-doctoral position in carbohydrate synthetic chemistry at East Tennessee State University
Contact: Dr. David Williams (williamd@etsu.edu)

Description:

The Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University seeks a highly qualified postdoctoral associate with experience in synthetic organic chemistry.  This position is funded as part of an NIH supported program focused on the synthesis of carbohydrate oligosaccharides for biomedical applications. The ideal candidate would have experience in carbohydrate synthesis and purification techniques, as well as interpretation of one and two dimensional NMR spectra. The successful candidate will work with a multidisciplinary group of chemists, immunologists, pharmacologists and physiologists on the development of next generation biopharmaceuticals. The position will provide an outstanding opportunity for further career development in academia or the private sector. Candidates must have an earned doctoral degree in chemistry or a closely related field by Fall 2014. The position is funded for a minimum of three years with additional years of support available.  A competitive salary and benefits package are associated with this position. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applications must include a cover letter, a complete and current CV as well as the names and addresses of three references who have agreed to be contacted prior to interview.  ETSU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer who employs only U.S. citizens and resident aliens authorized to work in the U.S. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. ETSU is a smoke and drug free environment. Applicants for this position must apply online at http://www.etsu.edu/humanres/. Inquiries regarding this position should be addressed to Dr. David Williams (williamd@etsu.edu). 


Posted June 10, 2014
Post-Doctoral Position in Human Immunology and Glycobiology at the Columbia Center for Translational Immunology Columbia University Medical Center New York, NYC
Contact:
Emmanuel Zorn, Ph.D.: ez2184@cumc.columbia.edu

Description:

A post-doctoral position is open in the laboratory of Dr. Emmanuel Zorn at Columbia University Medical Center in New York, to study the function of the cell coat or glycocalyx in the recognition of cells and tissues by elements of the immune system. The research will particularly investigate how modifications of the glycocalyx can modulate apoptotic cell clearance and influence inflammatory reactions. The study will also examine how these mechanisms can contribute to solid organ graft rejection. For this position, we are seeking a junior, independent, creative and hard-working individual with specific lab experience in glycobiology, cell membrane biology and relevant techniques. Motivated candidates should have a Ph.D. and/or M.D. and documented research experience in the required field.

To apply, send curriculum vitae, cover letter including a description of past research accomplishments as well as contact information for three references to Emmanuel Zorn, Ph.D.: ez2184@cumc.columbia.edu


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