The Wan lab at the Bond Life Sciences Center is seeking a Post Doctoral Fellow in Glycoproteomics.Function:
To perform research characterizing the antigenicity and immunogenicity of microbial glycoproteins (including influenza viruses), using glycoproteomics approaches and to develop effective antigens as vaccines.Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
(1) To implement and develop glycoproteomics approaches by using mass spectrometry instruments, HPLC and other equipment to collect glycomics and proteomics data; (2) To perform analyses of glycomics and proteomics data; (3) To record all methods, results, and other relevant information in an organized manner as instructed by the Principal Investigator; (4) To prepare manuscripts, project reports and other documents and to assist in grant preparation; (5) To train graduate and postdoctoral researchers in glycomics and proteomics data collection and analyses.
Qualifications: This position will require a Ph.D. degree in Glycobiology, Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, or related field. Prior experience in glycomics, proteomics, and hands-on experience in mass spectrometry/HPLC is a minimum requirement. Prior research experience in influenza viruses is not required. The successful candidate should be highly motivated and integrate within a diverse team.
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