A postdoctoral research position on circadian clocks is open in the lab of Professor Andy LiWang at the University of California, Merced (http://faculty.ucmerced.edu/aliwang). The project will study circadian clock proteins with the goal of elucidating mechanism. The postdoc will be responsible for the design, execution, and analysis of experiments on oscillating clock reactions using biochemical and biophysical techniques. The successful candidate will conduct independent research in a supportive, collegiate, inclusive, and collaborative work environment. If interested, please send a cover letter, CV, and three references to Andy LiWang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Postdoc salaries are set by the University of California System and currently range from $54,540/yr for no prior postdoc experience to $63,036/yr for four years of prior postdoc experience.
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The University of California, Merced, is the newest of the University of California system’s 10 campuses. With 8,500 undergraduate and graduate students (https://www.ucmerced.edu/fast-facts), UC Merced provides outstanding educational opportunities to highly qualified students from the heart of California, the nation, and abroad. The campus has special connections to nearby Yosemite National Park; is on the cutting edge of sustainability in construction and design; and supports the economic development of Central California. The Merced 2020 Project doubled the physical capacity of the campus, and enhanced academic distinction, student success, and research excellence (https://merced2020.ucmerced.edu/).