[Arabidopsis] Position in Mass spectrometry (LTQ-Orbitrap) at Cornell (vanWijk lab)

Klaas van Wijk via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by kv35 from cornell.edu)
Mon Apr 20 08:20:58 EST 2009

   Post-doctoral position in Mass spectrometry (LTQ-Orbitrap)

   Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA – van Wijk lab -

   Mass spectrometrist. A postdoc position (2-3 years) is available in
   Mass Spectrometry and Comparative Proteomics. The applicant will
   operate three mass spectrometers for protein and peptide
   identification: 1. a MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer (Voyager DE-STR), 2)
   nanoLC-Q-TOF and 3) a nanoLC-LTQ-Orbitrap (ThermoElectron). The
   postdoc/tech will use these instruments for protein identification and
   protein-protein interaction studies, as well as (large scale)
   comparative proteomics using spectral counting and various stable
   isotope labeling techniques. Mass spectrometers and other proteomics
   and bioinformatics infrastructure are located within the van Wijk lab.
   The applicant MUST have a very strong background in mass spectrometry
   of peptides and proteins, as is evidenced by one or more publications
   in International Journals. Responsibilities and salary will be
   adjusted based on experience.
   Application Instructions: Send your CV and the names of 3 references
   to klaas van Wijk at [2]kv35 from cornell.edu. Do not apply if you have no
   significant experience with Mass spectrometry.
   Recent Relevant papers from the van Wijk lab:
   Zybailov et al (2008) PlosOne 3(4); Majeran et al (2008) Molecular &
   Cellular Proteomics 9:1609-38.; Rutschow et al (2008) Plant
   Physiology  148(1):156-175;  Sun et al (2009) NAR [3]37(Database
   issue):D969-974; Majeran et al (2009) Trends in Plant Science

   Klaas J. van Wijk
   Associate Professor
   Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) for the Field of Plant Biology
   Dept of Plant Biology
   332 Emerson Hall
   Cornell University
   Ithaca, NY 14853, USA
   tel +1-607-255-3664


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