Postdoctoral positions on
experimental biological dynamics are available now. The
research involves the development and applications of
femtosecond spectroscopy to primary dynamics of proteins
/DNA/RNA, combining with molecular biology methods. A particular
focus will be on protein recognition and enzyme dynamics.
Ultrafast laser spectroscopy will be used to
determine the dynamical pathways and site-directed
mutagenesis will be used to study the local reactivities in biological macromolecules.
The successful candidate should have prior experience on
ultrafast lasers, molecular reaction dynamics, or biophysics
with excellent communication skills.
Please send your application
including CV, list of publications, and a summary of
research accomplishments/interests (less than one page) to
Dongping Zhong, through email
Students interested in
obtaining a Ph.D. in Biological Physics/Chemistry and
Chemical Physics are welcome to join the Zhong group.
Informal office/laboratory visit is encouraged. Since the
research is interdisciplinary and integrates physics,
chemistry and biology, students with background in Physics,
Chemistry or Biochemistry can apply for graduate study in
Physics Department, Chemistry Department, Chemical Physics Program, Biophysics
Program, or Biochemistry Program at The Ohio State