Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
100% Research intracellular delivery of nanomaterial in a bystander manner. In the future years, this position will help decode the cellular machinery that define several unprecedented properties of this process, and investigate its linkage with extracellular amino acids. Phage display, peptide-guided drug delivery, nanotechnology, immunotherapy and disease diagnosis.
Required qualifications- PhD degree in related scientific fields, such as molecular and cell biology, proteomics, genome engineering and genomic screening, bioinformatics, signaling transduction and so on. Strong background in cell biology (e.g. membrane traffic, endocytosis/exocytosis), immunology or neuroscience are highly encouraged to apply. Outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills, as well as excellent communication and writing skills.
Internal Number: 331987
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