Postdoctoral positions are available for an enthusiastic and experienced postdoctoral fellow in the general area of GPCR drug discovery in the Roth lab at UNC-Chapel Hill. This project requires a working knowledge of GPCR pharmacology and in vitro pharmacology (e.g. radioligand binding, second messenger assays). A demonstrated knowledge of GPCR signaling and molecular pharmacology is highly desirable.
## Educational Requirements
PhD in the field of Pharmacology or Biochemistry.
## Qualifications and Experience
Must have knowledge in GPCR pharmacology and in vitro pharmacology. Must be motivated and have a strong background in biochemistry and/or structural biology. Experience with basic molecular biology, protein expression, purification and biochemical characterization is required. A demonstrated knowledge of GPCR signaling and molecular pharmacology is highly desirable.
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*Position Title:* Postdoctoral Research Associate-GPCR signaling
*Vacancy ID:* PDS001760
*Department:* Pharmacology - 424001
*Position Type:* Postdoctoral Scholar
*Salary Range:* Salary based on education and qualifications