Synthetic organic chemist position focused on the design and construction of novel molecules for selective dopamine modulation. Each scaffold under investigation appears to interact at allosteric sites not the dopamine binding site, a novel approach to dopamine regulation. This project is a collaboration with the Sibley Lab (NIH/NINDS), who are responsible for all assays and screening. Thus, this position is dedicated to the development of new synthetic methods and routes to the target scaffolds and their application to construct further analogues. Research is conducted within the highly collaborative environment of the UNC Center for Integrative Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery. http://frankowskilab.web.unc.edu/Best wishes to those interested. Full ad here.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Postdoctoral position: synthetic organic chemistry, UNC Chapel Hill
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