The ideal candidate must have a PhD in a relevant field, proven expertise in quantitative proteomics research, strong background in chromatographic techniques, sample preparation, analysis of highly complex samples, study of post-translational modifications using phosphoproteomic approaches, and application of different quantitative techniques.  Preference will be given to candidates with in-depth understanding and extensive hand-on experiences on different mass spectrometers, such as linear ion trap, triple-quadrupole or LTQ-FT/Orbitrap.

 

Our research uses of a combination of multi-targeted, and large scale approaches, including proteomics, analysis of synaptic signaling complexes, post translational modification studies, computational biology and mouse genetics, directed to the analysis of cell signaling networks, their role controlling synaptic function and the mechanisms affecting disease.

 

Of particular interest is the characterization of the molecular and cellular circuits impacted by mutations causing neurodevelopmental  and psychiatric diseases。

 

For more information see,

http://keck.usc.edu/zni

http://ngp.usc.edu/faculty/profile/?fid=163

 

Contact:

Interested candidates should submit a brief letter outlining their research and training objectives, prior academic record, and potential references.  Post-doc candidates should also include a full CV and reprints of any relevant publications.  Address applications to:

 

Postdoctoral position in Proteomics/Mass Spectrometry

coba@usc.edu


or:

Postdoctoral position in Proteomics/Mass Spectrometry

 

Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute
Keck School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry & The Behavioral Sciences
University of Southern California
1501 San Pablo Street
ZNI 427, MC 2821
Los Angeles, CA 90089