|MacCoss Lab, University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences, is seeking a Postdoctoral fellow.||Mike MacCoss||2021-04-26|
The MacCoss lab has been a pioneer in the development and application of quantitative proteomics methods. We are currently seeking a motivated post-doc candidate with experience in performing drug and/or genetic perturbations, followed by the phenotypic characterization of those perturbations using omics methods. This project will be performed in collaboration with a major pharmaceutical company.
The successful candidate will be part of an interdisciplinary team of mass spectrometrists, bioinformatics experts, biochemists, and software developers. Requirements:
The University of Washington, Department of Genome Sciences provides a vibrant research environment. The MacCoss lab is well equipped and features an interdisciplinary research team with a strength in proteomics method development with collaborations related to neurodegenerative diseases, basic biology of aging, diabetes, clinical assay development, drug response characterization, etc...
Interested individuals may contact Mike MacCoss via (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.