Emory University Open Rank Faculty - Laboratory of Biochemical Pharmacology in Atlanta, Georgia
Job Requisition ID:
736526:SOM: Peds: Emory LOBP
Develop novel strategies and approaches for designing drugs for the treatment of HIV/HBV/HCV/ZKV, emerging viruses and cancer. This person will also synthesize and discover nucleoside analogues as antiviral drug candidates for treatment of HIV/HBV/HCV/ZKV, emerging viruses and cancer and synthesize small complex molecules with biological activity. Specifically, the candidate will synthesize novel antiviral nucleosides for treatment of HIV, HBV, HCV, ZKV and nucleoside triphosphates for enzyme studies. He/She will synthesize new molecules, utilize HPLC, NMR, and mass spectrometry to achieve results from experiments, collect and analyze data, draft scientific papers/abstracts, attend meetings and present scientific data, be involved in grant writing, train graduate students and junior technicians in LOBP, maintain a professional code of conduct and strict confidentiality in all work.
School Of Medicine
Open Rank Faculty - Laboratory of Biochemical Pharmacology
PhD in Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry, published at least 10 peer reviewed papers and expertise with HPLC, NMR, UV and Mass-Spectrometry. Prefer experience assisting with and/or writing NIH grants and have at least five years of experience in academia or industry
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