JOB DESCRIPTION: The project aims to understand the structure and function of proteins involved in human diseases. Results are expected to provide a platform to design selective inhibitors that may ultimately be developed into new therapeutics. For information on the laboratory see: http://biochemistry.okstate.edu/faculty/dr.-junpeng-deng/dr.-junpeng-deng. Minimum requirements are: a Ph.D. in Biochemistry or a related science; experience with molecular biology and protein over-expression in a variety of cells; experience with crystallography and protein structure determination; good oral and written communication skills; and the ability to work independently. This is a full-time, 11-month non-tenure track position. Initial appointment will be for one year, but could be renewable upon satisfactory progress and continued funding.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicant materials should include a letter indicating interest, qualifications and experience; curriculum vitae; a list of three (3) names, with telephone numbers and e-mail address who may be contacted for additional information. Submit applications electronically to https://jobs.okstate.edu. Search for req2996. If an applicant is unable to submit materials electronically, please call (405) 744-5523.
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