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The Schonbrunn lab studies the structure-function relationship of medicinally relevant proteins along with the discovery and development of novel small molecule inhibitors as therapeutics.
We are involved in multiple projects working in team with medicinal chemists, biologists and clinicians on the targeting of proteins involved in cell signaling and epigenetic events. For an overview of our research approach and current projects please visit our web site at labpages2.moffitt.org/schonbrunn/.
• We seek highly motivated postdoctoral researchers to work on inter-disciplinary projects towards the characterization and inhibitor development of diverse kinases and bromodomain-containing proteins.
• The position provides exciting opportunities for biochemical, structural and cell-based studies of various drug-target interactions and rational drug design.
The Ideal Candidate:
• The ideal candidate has a Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Physics or related field and expertise in protein crystallography and biochemistry as demonstrated by publications in internationally recognized scientific journals.
• Additional experience in cell biology is preferred.
• Candidates must be enthusiastic and dedicated to science with excellent organizational skills and effective at working independently, while also collaborating and assisting the team in its collective research goals.
• Attention to detail and ability to work on multiple projects is required.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.