Postdoc position in Bioengineering 2010 at Univ of California, USA
Applicants are sought to fill an NIH-funded Postdoctoral Scholar position within the Baskin School of Engineering. This project in the laboratory of Dr. Phillip Berman of the Department of Biomolecular Engineering will involve the application of new technology for the rapid scale-up and production of complex recombinant glycoproteins in mammalian cells to the production of HIV-1 vaccine antigens and monoclonal antibodies.
Name of the Post :Postdoctoral Scholar
Area of Research :Bioengineering/Cell Culture and Fermentation/HIV
Name of the Institute : University of California
Qualification Required : Requirements for this position include a Ph.D. in a relevant area of Biology, Chemical Engineering or Bioengineering, with three years of relevant laboratory experience in protein biosynthesis, cell biology, protein chemistry, molecular biology, protein engineering or cell culture and fermentation research.
Desirable : Specific expertise is required in two or more of the following techniques: in vitro mutagenesis, mammalian cell transfection, protein purification, monoclonal antibody production, analysis of glycoprotein processing and export. Also required is experience in detection and analysis of proteins by techniques such as PAGE electrophoresis, immunoblotting, ELISA, HPLC, LC/MS or flow cytometry, as well as demonstrated skills in scientific writing.
University Profile : University of California, Santa Cruz is well known for the quality of its faculty and students, and its design and beauty. Nestled within 2,000 acres of redwood forest and rolling meadows overlooking the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, the campus is located about 70 miles south of San Francisco and 30 miles from Silicon Valley.
Contact Details : Please refer to position T11-11 on the Academic Personnel Office website http://apo.ucsc.edu for complete information and to apply.
Last Date For Application Submission: November 22, 2010