There are two openings for qualified, motivated postdoctoral researchers to join our team by Summer 2020. The first project will be focused on the design, synthesis, and application of imaging and proteomic tools to identify anion-binding proteins. For this project, candidates with expertise in synthetic chemistry are encouraged to apply and prior experience in cell biology, imaging, and ‘omics’ techniques is preferred but not required. The second project will be focused on engineering, characterizing, and applying protein sensors for imaging anions in living cells and systems. For this project, candidates with expertise in biochemistry, cell biology, or imaging are encouraged to apply and prior experience in electrophysiology or high-throughput screening is preferred but not required. Both positions will be supported for two years. Members of underrepresented populations are encouraged to apply. To apply for a position, please email a single PDF containing a cover letter, CV, contact information for three references, research summary, and reprints of manuscripts published or submitted during graduate school to Professor Dodani.
Prospective graduate students should apply to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry graduate program at the University of Texas at Dallas. Current graduate students, either M.S. or Ph.D., in the Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, and Bioengineering who are interested in joining should contact Professor Dodani to discuss available opportunities.