Employment Opportunities

Center for Drug Design employs the very best in research and invites applications from highly accomplished scientific researchers. Extensive funding sources allow CDD to hire and retain elite talent in various positions, such as: Post-Doctoral Research Associates, Research Associates, Scientists, Research Fellows etc. The applications for medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, or related fields, are invited from bachelors, masters or doctoral candidates as per the job requirements, when an opening is advertised.

One Postdoctoral Associate Position - Vince and More Groups (Posted on March 18, 2019)

One Postdoctoral Associate Position - Vince and More Groups (Posted on March 18, 2019)

Principal Investigators
Prof Robert Vince and Prof Swati More

Required qualifications
Candidates should have earned a PhD degree with a major in the pharmaceutical sciences (including medicinal chemistry) or a related discipline.

Preferred qualifications
Experience working with cell culture, animal handling, recombinant protein expression and microscopy is preferred. An advanced understanding of pharmacokinetics and/or drug metabolism is a plus. 

Duties include:–

  1. Design and perform: 
    • Cell culture and cell based assays
    • Enzymatic reactions 
    • Mouse experiments involving breeding, genotyping and drug administration 
    • Various types of microscopy. 
  2. Observe current laboratory safety practices and follow relevant protocols. 
  3. Maintain experimental data of sufficient accuracy and detail so as to support intellectual property related activities.
  4. Compose manuscripts suitable for publication based on experimental results. 
  5. Maintain a continually updated knowledge base of literature pertaining to specific projects.
  6. Assist with the organization and maintenance of the laboratory and equipment contained therein. 
  7. Other duties as assigned.

Interested candidates should submit via email (vince001@umn.edu or morex002@umn.edu) an application package consisting of:
(i) Cover letter indicating research and career interests, as well as the earliest starting date.
(ii) Curriculum Vitae.
(iii) Names and contact information for three references.