I am seeking a motivated experimental postdoctoral scholar for work in the area of biophysics at Arizona State University (ASU).
Start date as early as Fall 2017. Projects: quantitative investigation of bacterial predation, the role of bacterial hydrodynamics on bacterial predation efficiency as well as single molecule studies of cytoplasmic streaming.
The successful candidate will collaborate closely with graduate students and theoretical collaborators. A Ph.D. completed 5 or fewer years ago in Chemistry, Biophysics, Biology, Microbiology or other fields directly related to this area are required. Salary and benefit package are competitive. The position is for one year and renewable for additional years.
Website (soon to be changed to an ASU website): http://statphysbio.physics.iupui.edu
Interested? Please send questions or your CV (with list of publications and names of 3 references) to: Prof. Steve Pressé, firstname.lastname@example.org
Knowledge of the following topics is helpful: single-molecule fluorescence imaging, microscopy, bacterial and nematode culture, data analysis, Matlab or other programming language.