Postdoctoral fellowship in proteomics and mass spectrometry-based imaging
A postdoctoral fellow position is available in the Bumpus Laboratory in the Division of Clinical Pharmacology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The laboratory focuses on translational studies of drug metabolism with specific interests in the role of kinases in the phosphorylation of drugs and the impact of drug metabolites on cellular signaling. Through this work, we apply a range of state-of-the art approaches including proteomics, metabolomics and mass spectrometry-based imaging, all of which employ mass spectrometers housed within our laboratory. The project to be carried out by a postdoctoral fellow will employ mass spectrometry as well as molecular techniques to elucidate the formation of metabolites of drugs used to treat and prevent infectious diseases while also investigating the toxicology/pharmacology of these metabolites. Experience with mass spectrometry is a plus but not a requirement.
If interested in this position, please submit a CV and statement of interest to Dr. Namandjé Bumpus, associate professor of medicine and associate dean for basic research at firstname.lastname@example.org. Start date is flexible.