Med-Microbiology and Molecular Genetics - Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh - (19003411)
Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine with a Ph.D. in biochemistry, chemistry, biophysics or the equivalent.
This position requires experience with X-ray crystallographic structure determination of proteins in complexes with small molecule drug candidates. The position requires a Ph.D. in biochemistry, chemistry, biophysics, or the equivalent and at least five years' postdoctoral experience and primary publications with all aspects of protein crystallography, X-ray diffraction and structure determination. The ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team involving synthetic organic chemists, pharmacologists, and structural biologists is also essential.
Position Available: July 1, 2019
Starting Salary: $65,000
Title: Research Assistant Professor (Non-Tenure stream, full-time faculty position)
Please send CV to: Jobsearch@mmg.pitt.edu
Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Please refer to job description. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EOE, including disability/vets
Assignment Category: Fulltime-Regular
Required Attachments: Other (see posting for additional details)
Internal Number: 19003411
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