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- Title: Postdoctoral Fellow for the Liau-Peled Lab
- Desicription: We are looking for a talented organic chemist interested in pursuing postdoctoral research at the interface of synthetic chemistry, chemoproteomics, and cancer biology to join our collaborative team in the near future. This postdoc position is joint and co-mentored between the Bar-Peled lab and the Liau lab as part of a collaboration. The postdoc’s primary workspace will be housed in the Liau lab. Familiarity and/or training in any aspect of chemical biology is a plus but not required. This postdoc position would involve synthesis and optimization of hits from chemoproteomic screens (hit-to-lead) and their application to investigate biochemical and cellular systems. Enthusiasm to learn biology as well as work with and mentor others are essentials.
- Application: Please send a 1-page cover letter, CV, and 1-page summary of scientific research as a single PDF file to Rebecca Stillo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Contact: Rebecca Stillo, email@example.com.
Our department recruits for several teaching fellows (Harvard graduate students) and teaching assistants (non-graduate students) each term. A small number of course assistant positions (for Harvard undergraduates) may also be available. The application deadlines are:
Fall Term: May 1
Spring Term: October 1
Harvard graduate students may apply through the Centralized Application for Teaching Sections (CATS). Other interested candidates may apply by emailing Joe Lavin with a CV and a list of courses you are interested in teaching. Current course offerings can be viewed on the my.harvard website.