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Postdoctoral Research Positions Available Now in Truman Lab!

Multiple postdoctoral positions available on the role of Hsp70 modifications in cancer and neurodegenerative disease

 

We are seeking motivated applicants to join our lab to study the role and regulation of the Hsp70 chaperone code. Applicants should have a PhD in biological sciences or a related subject and a track record of publication in high-impact journals.

Application instructions:

Please email Dr. Truman (atruman1@uncc.edu) a cover letter, CV and PDFs of any publications. 

The cover letter should contain the following:

  • Short introduction (one paragraph) about yourself and your qualifications.

  • Paragraph about what aspect of the chaperone code you would be interested in studying and why you have specifically applied to the Truman lab.

  • Explain the experimental techniques you can bring to the lab and what techniques you would like to learn (one paragraph)

  • State how long your ideal postdoc would be and your future career goals after leaving our lab (one paragraph).

 

 

 

About the Charlotte Group for Proteostasis Research (CGPR)

The Department of Biological Sciences at UNC Charlotte has a dedicated research focus on proteostasis (https://biology.charlotte.edu/research/proteostasis-research), led by Dr. Truman. The collaborative research environment at the UNC Charlotte offers an excellent opportunity for career development. The UNC Charlotte offers a complete benefits package and competitive salary. The Charlotte region provides wonderful environment to work and live.

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