Postdoctoral Position in Viral/Cancer Pharmacology, The FAMU College of Pharmacy, USA

The FAMU College of Pharmacy is seeking a junior level postdoctoral fellow with expertise in cellular techniques to join the Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI), Center for Nanomedicine. The postdoctoral fellow will be involved in a variety of interdisciplinary research activities, including the development of HHV (low-level biohazard) cell-culture models, QSPR/QSAR and drug cellular delivery, RT-PCR baseline and effect assays, protein and drug target purification, LC-MS assays and peptide fragment ID, and the provision of technical expertise in design and implementation of protocols and ongoing assistance during pharmacology and pharmaceutics experiments. Independence in research, excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills, and energetic team work spirit are expected.

Recent Ph.D graduates in Immunology, Virology, Biology, Pharmacology, or Biochemistry preferred. Other degrees with appropriate experience will be considered.

To apply:
Interested candidates should send (email preferred) 1) cover letter stating a) KSA’s, b) Research Experience, c) Research Interests and Career Goals, 2) CV with coursework listing, and 3) list of three professional references to: Shawn D. Spencer, PhD, Assistant Professor, Biopharmaceutics Laboratory, Dyson227, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL 32307. Tel: 850 599 3511 Fax: 850-599-3934, shawn.spencer[ at ]famu.edu. This is a contract and grants funded position for up to five years and the position is open until filled.