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Information about the following three NMR positions was found on the website of Prof. Ruth E. Stark

TWO RESEARCH STAFF POSITIONS
Postdoctoral positions are available IMMEDIATELY to develop and apply NMR
methods for the study of biomolecules and their complexes: (1) molecular
structure of soluble protein complexes involved in fatty acid transport and
metabolism; (2) molecular structure and biosynthesis of insoluble biopolymers
involved in stress response of plant tissues and melanization of fungal cell
walls, respectively. These positions require a Ph.D. in chemistry or
biochemistry, with experience in one or more of the following areas:
multidimensional NMR, protein structure determination from NMR-based restraints,
protein expression and purification, multidimensional NMR of biological solids.
PLEASE NOTE that these openings are in addition to the Senior Research Associate
advertised on this site in March, 2004.

Send a curriculum vitae, two letters of reference, and copies of pertinent
publications to:


Dr. Ruth E. Stark, Director
CUNY Institute for Macromolecular Assemblies
College of Staten Island (CSI)
2800 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, NY 10314-6600

Inquiries may also be made to stark@mail.csi.cuny.edu.

EEO/AA/ADA Employer.

CSI’s Chemistry Department houses CUNY’s new Macromolecular Assemblies
Institute and is undergoing major expansion; currently research on polymers and
biopolymers is conducted by a close-knit group of 13 faculty, 30 graduate and
undergraduate students, and 12 postdoctorals. In addition to our own
laboratories and instruments, we maintain close ties to other campuses within
CUNY and to nearby institutions in the New York - New Jersey area. Our 204-acre
Willowbrook campus is centrally located in Staten Island, a pleasant and
reasonably-priced suburban community with easy access to Manhattan and New
Jersey.

The Stark research group has ample access to NMR spectrometers operated by
the CSI Chemistry Department: 4-channel Varian UnityINOVA (600 MHz); 3-channel
Unityplus widebore (300 MHz); 2-channel Unity (200 MHz). The purchase of
additional 600 MHz instrumentation for solids and liquids is currently in
progress. Also available locally are state-of-the-art 800 MHz NMR facilities at
the New York Structural Biology Center.



SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Building upon current research strengths, the City University of New York is
continuing a major hiring initiative in Molecular Biosciences that includes
faculty and staff in the CUNY Institute for Macromolecular Assemblies. The
Senior Research Associate will support the Director in both research and
administrative areas, with the responsibilities detailed below.

research: (1) engineering and producing isotopically enriched proteins; (2)
conducting NMR studies of macromolecular structure and dynamics. The systems
under study include fatty acid-binding proteins, fibril-forming synucleins in
membrane-mimetic media, and other protein assemblies as dictated by mutual
interests of the staff member and Director.

administrative: assisting the Institute Director in the supervision of a group
of about 10 researchers ranging from undergraduate to postdoctoral levels. (1)
ensuring the progress of projects involving protein molecular biophysics, plant
materials, melanins, and NMR spectroscopy; (2) coordinating equipment use and
personnel assignments; (3) evaluating new research equipment for possible
purchase; (4) preparing grant proposals and manuscripts for publication.

The Senior Research Associate will be encouraged to obtain external funding for
independent research projects and may have opportunities for undergraduate
teaching.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Ph.D. in chemistry or biochemistry, with experience in one or more of the
following areas: multidimensional NMR, protein structure determination from
NMR-based restraints, solid-state NMR, spin relaxation, protein expression and
purification, pulse sequence development. Experience in managing a research
group and supervising students is also desirable.

Send a curriculum vitae with publication list, two letters of reference, and
copies of pertinent publications to:



Dr. Ruth E. Stark
Director, CUNY Institute for Macromolecular Assemblies
Department of Chemistry 6S-228
City University of New York (CUNY)
College of Staten Island (CSI)
2800 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, NY 10314-6600
Inquiries may also be made to stark@mail.csi.cuny.edu or
http://www.chem.csi.cuny.edu/resgroup


CSI's Chemistry Department houses CUNY's new Macromolecular Assemblies Institute
and is undergoing major expansion; currently research on polymers and
biopolymers is conducted by a close-knit group of 11 faculty, 25 graduate and
undergraduate students, and 12 postdoctorals. In addition to our own
laboratories and instruments, we maintain close ties to other campuses within
CUNY and to nearby institutions in the New York - New Jersey area. Our 204-acre
Willowbrook campus is centrally located in Staten Island, a pleasant and
reasonably-priced suburban community with easy access to Manhattan and New
Jersey.

The Stark research group has ample access to NMR spectrometers operated by the
CSI Chemistry Department: 4-channel Varian UnityINOVA (600 MHz); 3-channel
Unityplus widebore (300 MHz); 2-channel Unity (200 MHz). Purchasing of
additional 600 MHz instrumentation for solids and liquids is in progress. Also
available locally are state-of-the-art 800 MHz NMR facilities at the New York
Structural Biology Center.
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