The KU Office of Research seeks a Ph.D. scientist with expertise in small molecule X-ray crystallography to fill a full-time, benefit’s eligible unclassified professional staff position as an Associate Researcher Senior, contingent upon available funding. The scientist will provide small molecule X-ray crystallography services to KU and outside users. Duties include operation and maintenance of X-ray diffractometers, training and assisting users, and providing crystal structure determinations to KU and outside users. The position will be housed in the Protein Structure and X-Ray Crystallography Lab, a centrally funded KU core research laboratory, and will report to the director of the Protein Structure and X-Ray Crystallography Lab. For more information and to apply, go to: https://employment.ku.edu/staff/18222BR. Review of applications will begin on February 1, 2021.
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