A postdoctoral fellow position is open and available immediately in the laboratory of Dr. Harshita Kumari in the Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Winkle College of Pharmacy - University of Cincinnati. The selected candidate will be responsible for doing research in the area of supramolecular chemistry, and training graduate students on analytical and experimental methods. A one-year appointment (2020-2021) will be offered initially and will be continued for up to a total of 3 years upon satisfactory performance and the availability of funding. Additional information on the Kumari Lab can be found here: https://pharmacy.uc.edu/research/kumari_laboratory.html
Minimum Qualifications: PhD in physics, chemical engineering, chemistry with an emphasis on supramolecular chemistry, or related field.
Additional Qualifications Considered: Additional postdoc experience in neutron scattering is highly desirable. The finalist for this position should have expertise in the area of small-angle neutron scattering, neutron spectroscopy, gels, macrocycles, neutron reflectometry, supramolecular chemistry and related areas, as well as hands-on experience in XRD, SAXS, NMR, MS, DSC, TGA, PGAA.
To apply, please visit https://jobs.uc.edu/ complete an online applicant profile and upload your complete curriculum vitae and cover letter. Formally apply to position 55241 by submitting your profile to the position and adding the names and contact information of three references in the
Internal Number: 55241-en_US
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