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Post Doctoral Fellow

Terrence Burke, Chemical Biology Laboratory, NCI, NIH

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:

 

https://ccr2.cancer.gov/resources/cbl/Scientists/Burke.aspx

https://ccr.cancer.gov/Chemical-Biology-Laboratory/terrence-r-burke

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CHEMICAL BIOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

Prof. Irwin Chaiken, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Drexel University

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Postdoctoral Research Associate in Peptide Therapeutics

UNC - Chapel Hill, Marcey Waters and David Williams Labs

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RESEARCH SCIENTIST/ENGINEER 1

The University of Washington- BIOCHEMISTRY - INSTITUTE FOR PROTEIN DESIGN

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RESEARCH SCIENTIST ENGINEER ASSISTANT

The University of Washington- BIOCHEMISTRY - INSTITUTE FOR PROTEIN DESIGN

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Bioscience Research Scientist II - Peptides

SRI International

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Our Journal

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The aim of Peptide Science is to publish significant original research papers and up-to-date reviews covering the entire field of peptide research. Peptide Science provides a forum for papers covering all aspects of peptide synthesis, materials, structure and bioactivity, including the use of peptides in exploring protein functions and protein-protein interactions.

Recent FASEB News


The FASEB Science Policy Committee met recently and the following are two items of potential interest to APS members:

FASEB Submits Testimony to Congress on FY 2020 Funding for Research Agencies

FASEB Statement on Bipartisan Effort to Increase the Budget Caps

Murray Goodman Memorial Prize


Inaugurated in 2007 in honor of the Biopolymers Founding Editor, the Murray Goodman Memorial Prize recognizes outstanding accomplishments in one or more of the areas of biochemistry, biophysical chemistry, biophysics or chemical biology.

The deadline to submit nominations is August 19th, 2019.  Please send nominations to the Editor-in-Chief of Biopolymers, Dr Hilary J. Crichton (hcrichton@wiley.com).