Postdoctoral Researcher in Environmental Toxicology
The Turesky laboratory at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to develop and validate methods for biomarkers of carcinogen DNA adducts. Hands-on-training and proficient knowledge in liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS), MS/MS, sample preparation and workup, and analytical chemistry are required. Experiences in employing nanoLC, nanoESI, triple quadrupole, ion trap and high-resolution MS instruments, training in chemical syntheses/derivatization, bioinformatics, cell culture techniques, DNA or protein biomarker development are highly desired. For further information, please contact: Dr. Rob Turesky (Tel. 612-626-0141, Email: Rturesky@umn.edu)
posted April 17, 2018
JC-80180 – RESEARCH SCIENTIST III (CHEMICAL SCIENCES)
Under the general direction of the Senior Toxicologist, the incumbent independently reviews data and studies submitted to meet Departmental requirements for registration of pesticidal products and new active ingredients and conducts complex evaluations and interpretations of these studies. Using established DPR and FIFRA guidelines, makes independent and complex decisions about the toxicological findings of pesticide studies. Serves as a scientific advisor to lower-level scientists and provides consultation on chemical sciences as they relate to the human health risks associated with pesticide exposure.
posted September 9, 2017
Postdoctoral position is available in Natalia Tretyakova’s group at the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center starting immediately to employ mass spectrometry investigate the origins of endogenous DNA adducts. The position will involve cell culture experiments with stable isotope labeled precursors to identify metabolic and dietary origins of DNA damage. Qualified applicant will have a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry or related field and previous experience with mass spectrometry instrumentation and method development. Our laboratory is located in a new state of the art Cancer – Cardiovascular Research building at the Biomedical Discovery District. The Cancer Center provides postdoctoral scientists with outstanding opportunities for career development and research collaborations. Mass spectrometry equipment include Orbitrap Fusion MS, Quantiva triple quadrupoles, and nano HPLC.
Principal Investigator: Natalia Tretyakova, Ph.D., Professor of Medicinal Chemistry, University of Minnesota Tel. 612-626-3432, e-mail email@example.com
posted August 11, 2017
Dr. Shana Sturla at ETH, Zurich is seeking postdoctoral associates to work on projects exploring the the chemical basis of mutagenesis and toxicity.
Scientists who join our lab have diverse backgrounds in chemistry and biology and work on projects concerning DNA damage and mutation, biomarkers, gut microbiota, and systems-wide molecular alterations in cells. We use a variety of experimental approaches, for example, mass spectrometry-based protein, metabolite and DNA adduct measurements, synthesizing novel small molecules and nucleic acids, and carrying out in vitro toxicological assays. We are particularly interested in candidates with some experience regarding genome sequencing, mass spectrometry or chemical synthesis.
The successful candidates will have strong leadership potential, high motivation, and excellent communication
skills in English. Candidates from anywhere in the world are eligible and the starting salary is 86,300 CHF
(85,000 USD; 80,400 €). Interested candidates should contact Dr Sturla at firstname.lastname@example.org
posted March 22, 2017
Web sites of interest for Chemical Toxicology job seekers
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Society of Toxicology
The SOT website has a valuable Resource Guide to Careers in Toxicology