Supervisor Name and Title: Mark Chance, Director Center for Proteomics and Bioinformatices
I. STATEMENT OF RESEARCH AND SCIENTIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
- A highly motivated and skilled researcher who will work on various mass spectrometry-based proteomics projects. This will include:
- Global and targeted identification and quantification of proteins and post-translational modifications involved in diseases for the development of biomarkers and mechanistic-based studies.
- Cell-type-specific and single-cell proteome analyses to uncover pathways involved in various diseases.
- Statistical and/or computational analysis of large-scale proteomic or genomic data with a focus on hypothesis testing, linear models, supervised and unsupervised learning methods.
- As a research associate, he/she will present data at departmental seminars and scientific meetings, prepare manuscripts, contribute preliminary data for grant proposals as well participate in grant writing.
II. TECHNICAL SKILLS
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- Experience in animal disease models i
- Understanding of operation and data collection using Orbitrap instruments
- Experience in sample preparation for mass spectrometry-based proteomics
- Experience in the identification of post-translational modifications
- Good understanding of statistics
- Experience with quantitative proteomics
- Demonstrated programming skills in R or Python
- Analysis of cell signaling pathways/networks
III. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
- Supervise laboratory technicians, visiting scholars and student trainees in experimental design and data analysis of a variety of projects.
IV. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
- Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in biologically related field
- A background in computational biology/proteomics is highly preferred.
- The successful candidate must have strong analytical, oral and written communication skills.
V. HOW TO APPLY
To apply, send a CV, cover letter describing your qualifications and interest in the position, and the names and
contact details of three references Mark Chance, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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