We are currently looking for a Research Scientist Associate II to work in a new NIH-funded project focused on the interaction of proteins with solid surfaces.
The candidate should
- have knowledge/experience in adsorption processes, ellipsometry, electrochemistry, and /or nanomaterials
- be able to rationally plan experiments, evaluate, and communicate the results in both written and oral forms
- have a proficient level of written/spoken English (TOEFL exam required)
- bring enthusiasm for top-quality research, self-motivation, and ability to work in a team-oriented and diverse environment.
This position will also allow multiples opportunities for training and access to top-quality facilities.
Salary will be adjusted according to experience and productivity and is initially set in the range of $30,000 - $35,000 /year. An additional comprehensive benefits package is provided to complement the salary. The position will remain open until filled.
Interested candidates should apply by going to https://www.utsajobs.com/ - staff positions.
We are always looking for talented graduate students to join our team. If you are interested, please check the web page of the Graduate School for the requirements to apply to our program.
The main items in the application are:
Completed application form
Official undergraduate transcripts
Minimum GPA of 3.0 in the last 60 hours of course
Three letters of reference
Statement of research interests and career goals (250-500 words)
Once you complete the application (or get close to that point), please send us an email and we will try to follow it. Exceptional applicants may also qualify for a refund of the application fee. Women and Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
If you passed Analytical Chemistry (CHE3213) with a B or better, and are interested in performing research in our lab, please submit a short CV including current GPA, and a short statement describing the project to be performed. Women and Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Before joining the lab, students are highly encouraged to be familiar with the projects and most recent publications.