Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Field of Peptide/peptide mimetics

One postdoctoral position is available in the Bioorganic Chemistry Section of the Chemical Biology Laboratory, NCI-Frederick under the mentorship of Dr. Terrence Burke. The position
will involve developing peptide/peptide mimetic protein-protein interaction inhibitors directed a cell signaling pathways. Fellowships have an initial duration of two years, with the potential to extend a third year. Salary and benefit package are highly competitive. The CBL is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation and is located on the campus of the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, Frederick, MD. An overview of the Sections research, including publications and current members can be accessed at:
Burke Group:
https://ccr.cancer.gov/Chemical-Biology-Laboratory/terrence-r-burke
alternate site:
https://ccr2.cancer.gov/resources/cbl/Scientists/Burke.aspx
The CBL Home page can be accessed at:
https://ccr.cancer.gov/Chemical-Biology-Laboratory
alternate site:
https://ccr2.cancer.gov/resources/cbl/
Interested candidates should submit their CV with research overview and a brief statement of
their expectations to:
Dr. Terrence Burke
E-mail: burkete@mail.nih.gov

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