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Postdoctoral Fellow Position in Interdisciplinary Biochemical Cancer Research

University of Notre Dame

Job description:

A full-time postdoctoral fellow position is available immediately for Multidisciplinary Cancer
Research at the University of Notre Dame, affiliated with the Harper Cancer Research Institute,
the Notre Dame Warren Drug Delivery Center and Notre Dame Institute for Precision Health.
The perspective candidate will conduct an interdisciplinary research on projects studying the
basic molecular mechanisms of multiple birth defects, cancer progression and neurodegeneration
and developing novel therapies to combat them. The postdoctoral fellow will receive cross-
disciplinary training in biochemistry, cell biology, synthetic organic chemistry, and drug
discovery utilizing a broad range of biochemical assays related to phenotypic screening and
protein-protein interactions. The postdoctoral fellow will conduct research under the guidance of
a mentoring team, including Dr. Jeremiah Zartman (http://sites.nd.edu/zartmanlab/) and Dr.
Brandon Ashfeld (https://ashfeldlab.nd.edu/).

A Ph.D. or M.D. degree in cell or molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, chemistry or a
related discipline, is required. Previous experience in genetics, screening technologies and
associated statistical analysis, synthetic chemistry, imaging or mouse modeling is desired.
Successful applicants will be detail oriented, eager to learn new techniques, and enthusiastic
about biology, exploring the interface between chemistry and biology, and working in an
academic lab environment. Salary is commensurate with experience.

To apply this position, please submit: (1) your CV, (2) a cover letter explaining your
background, interest and qualifications for the position, and (3) contact information for three
references, including your relationship to the reference, their phone number, email address, and
mailing address. Please contact Dr. Jeremiah Zartman (jzartman@nd.edu) or Dr. Brandon
Ashfeld (bashfeld@nd.edu) for formal inquiries.