Postdoctoral Fellow - Organic/Biopolymer synthesis and Bioconjugation

Updated: about 6 hours ago
Deadline: 26 Jul 2022

The successful candidate will work on oligonucleotide synthesis, bioconjugation and applied biomaterials research. The position provides opportunities to work on interdisciplinary research project in collaboration with a research team working on an organic synthesis, pharmaceutical and biomedical research.

Salary: $45,000/annum

The successful candidate for this position needs to be an enthusiastic and passionate researcher with the following qualifications:

  • PhD in Organic/Bioorganic Synthesis, Biotechnology, or other related disciplines from a recognized educational institute with a commendable track record of publications and/or patents.
  • Experience in oligonucleotide synthesis, site specific organic synthesis, bioconjugation, and biomedical applications.
  • Knowledge of synthesis – bioconjugation and how to fine tune bioconjugate properties for biomedical applications
  • Proven expertise in the following areas:
    • Oligonucleotide synthesis/organic synthesis, modification, purification and characterization
    • Experience in altering bioconjugate structures and/or multistep synthesis to tune properties of bioconjugates

Other Qualifications:

  • Experience in high quality scientific writing.
  • Strong academic record and organization skills.
  • Effective communication (written and verbal) and strong interpersonal skills to work in a diverse team environment effectively and efficiently.
  • Able to work independent and adaptability to work under the supervision of the PIs with flexibility and willingness to learn new techniques as self-starter.
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Ability to multitask when required and outstanding time management skills.
  • Ability to work safely, effectively, and independently in a lab environment

Note: Online applications are accepted until midnight Mountain Standard Time of the closing date.


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