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POSTODOCTORAL ASSOCIATE , Materials Science and Engineering, to perform organic synthesis of small molecules and study self-assembly and nanostructure properties as part of the Ortony Group .
REQUIRED : experience designing and characterizing systems that undergo molecular self-assembly and carrying out nanoscale characterization. A Ph.D. in chemistry and extensive experience performing organic syntheses is preferred, but those with a Ph.D. in related fields (materials science, chemical engineering, etc.) will also be considered. Seek self-learning, self-motivated individuals with strong knowledge base and technical skills in chemical synthesis, purification, and characterization of small amphiphilic molecules. Must be able to demonstrate strong mentorship, multitasking, and communication skills. Job #17864
In addition to applying online via the MIT website, please submit a single PDF combining the following components to Professor Julia Ortony (email@example.com) with a subject line of "Postdoc Application": 1) a cover letter, 2) a CV, 3) a one-page description of research accomplishments, 4) two recently published papers, and 5) contact information for three references.
Position is expected to start as soon as possible. Initial appointment will be for one year with the intention of renewal.
Internal Number: 17864
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