Post-Doc Research Associate
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Chapel Hill, NC
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- Position Type
- Employment Type
- Full Time
- Institution Type
- Four-Year Institution
Biology - 318200Posting Open Date:
05/31/2023Open Until Filled:
Postdoctoral ScholarPosition Title:
Post-Doc Research AssociateVacancy ID:
Full-Time TemporaryHours per week:
Chapel Hill, NCPosition Location:
North Carolina, USHiring Range:
$47,476 - $56,880/yearProposed Start Date:
07/01/2023Estimated Duration of Appointment:
12 MonthsPrimary Purpose of Organizational Unit:
The Department of Biology at UNC-Chapel Hill is dedicated to the discovery and dissemination of new and existing knowledge in the broad discipline of Biology by maintaining a high-quality faculty who integrate cutting-edge research and student-focused teaching.
We are one of the largest academic departments in the College of Arts and Sciences. We have over 2,800 majors and we enroll over 5,000 undergraduate students in our classes each year. Our average total annual expenditures exceed $24 million, with nearly half of that coming from grant sponsored research. The department is composed of 50 tenure-track faculty, 10 teaching faculty, 8 research faculty, and numerous active adjunct and emeritus faculty. We currently have 50 graduate students, 40 post-docs and employ approximately 60 additional graduate and undergraduate students from across the university to assist in our teaching and research missions. Our mission is supported by an administrative and technical staff of 20, with an additional 20 staff directly supporting research.
The current focuses of the Stafford lab are vitamin K-dependent carboxylation and blood coagulation.
A postdoctoral position is available in the Department of Biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This position will focus on understanding the biological functions of proteins and enzymes that control blood coagulation and vascular calcification using basic approaches of molecular biology, protein biochemistry, and cell biology.Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
A recently completed doctoral degree in the fields of biochemistry, molecular biology, and/or cell biologyRequired Qualifications, Competencies, and Experience:
Experience in molecular cloning, protein expression, and mammalian cell culturePreferred Qualifications, Competencies, and Experience:
Applicants with a strong publication record are encouraged to apply.Special Physical/Mental Requirements :
For information on UNC Postdoctoral Benefits and Services click here
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