The Neelamegham laboratory, within the departments of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Medicine at the University at Buffalo, works on a variety of research problems related to human inflammatory diseases, thrombosis, cancer, and virology. We apply molecular engineering principles including gene editing and high-throughput methods in these areas.
We are looking for Postdoctoral Associates interested in pursuing a career in Translational Glycosciences and GlycoEngineering. This involves the study of complex mammalian carbohydrates decorating all human cells, and the pathways that synthesize them in the context of human health and disease.
Positions are open both for Computational Scientists interested in big data applications and wet-lab Experimentalists interested in bench research at the cell/molecular/animal level. While prior experience in Glycosciences is not critical, interest is necessary. Additional requirements include prior track record in related research themes, peer-review publications and good communication skills.
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