College of Medicine Department of Biomedical Sciences
Any interested candidate should send a CV, and a cover letter describing research experience, goals, and reasons for the interest in the postdoc positions, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation directly sent to: Dr. Zucai Suo, Eminent Professor and Dorian and John Blackmon Chair in Biomedical Science,
Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. Dr. Suo can
be contacted by email (email@example.com).
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If qualified and interested, apply to Job ID#51280 at https://jobs.fsu.edu by 4/1/22.
Two full-time Postdoctoral Scholar positions are available immediately in a biochemistry and biophysics laboratory to elucidate mechanisms of DNA/RNA synthesis, DNA lesion bypass, and DNA repair catalyzed by various human or viral DNA/RNA polymerases, and to mechanistically investigate proteasome assembly and gene editing enzymes including CRISPR/Cas9 and Cas13a.
PhD in biochemistry, biophysics, chemistry, biology, or physics conferred within the last five years.
An important criterion for selection will be the ability of the desired individual to pursue independent research in an active multi-disciplinary setting. Background in enzyme kinetics (stopped-flow and rapid chemical quench
measurements, single molecule, etc.), protein dynamics, biochemistry, biophysics, protein purification, and recombinant DNA techniques is preferred.
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