Interested applicants should send a cover letter expressing why you are interested in the position and your relevant skills/experience, CV and names/contact information of at three references to:Dr. Ashlee Brunaugh at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brunaugh Lab at the College of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences Department is seeking a qualified post-doctoral research fellow to join our team. The Brunaugh Lab is working to understand, model and overcome barriers to inhaled drug delivery to improve therapeutic outcomes in lung infections, acute lung injury, and chronic inflammatory lung diseases. The post-doctoral fellow will work closely with an industry sponsor to characterize and optimize inhaled drug product perfomance.
PhD in pharmaceutical sciences, engineering, bioinformatics or related fields, including completion of courses related to multivariate statistics.
At least 2 years experience developing, optimizing, and implementing high pressure liquid chromatography methods. Experience in exploratory data analysis and statistical modeling as evident by prior publications. At least 2 years coding experience using Python, R or a similar program. Ability to work independently. Ability to quickly learn new techniques and work carefully and diligently in data collection. Strong publication record.
Familiarity with spray drying. Familiarity with pharmaceutical particle/powder characterization techniques, such as laser diffraction, cascade impaction, dynamic powder flow, scanning electron microscop.
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