|The Franz Lab is seeking postdoctoral associate to join their team in advancing science at the intersection of cellular metal homeostasis, chemical biology and bioinorganic chemistry. The Lab is particularly interested in individuals who have technical expertise in either inorganic chemistry or microbiology, for example, those with experience in:|
*microbiology particularly projects that relate to metal trafficking/homeostasis processes in fungal or bacterial system *Synthetic inorganic/bioinorganic chemistry/coordination chemistry/structure/junction of metal complexes.
A successful candidate will have a passion for working with a diverse group of creative scientists at various levels of training (high school, undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral and faculty).
Please submit a CV, cover letter, a two-page summary of prior research, and names of three references.
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