Postdoc Position with University of Nevada, Reno

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Research scientist position at UTC

Research Scientist – Hybrid Polymer Composites
Job Summary
UTC is seeking a Research Scientist in the field of novel polymers and composites. The candidate will conduct basic and applied research to develop and synthesize novel polymers and inorganic nanoparticles for Air Force applications. The candidate should have extensive experience in polymer or hybrid material formulation, as evidenced by research publications in peer-reviewed journals and professional society conference presentations. The candidate will work as part of an interdisciplinary research team in the Composites Branch within the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate of the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. The candidate is expected to collaborate with the multidisciplinary team to publish peer-reviewed scientific articles and aid in the development of technologies for U.S. national security interests.
The candidate must have extensive knowledge and hands-on experience in traditional and state-of-the-art techniques for the synthesis, reaction optimization, and characterization of polymers and nanocomposites. Valuable experience also includes nanoparticles surface functionalization, characterization using electron and scanning probe microscopes, investigating corresponding electrical and optical properties; studying dynamics, and establishing techniques to develop structure-property relationships. Techniques include bulk and surface spectroscopy, nanoscale chemical / thermal / plasmonics/ mechanical mapping, atomic force microscopy, electron microscopy, in-situ testing, and multi-scale modeling.
The position is well suited to a graduating Ph.D. looking for a post-doctoral position. This opportunity has the potential for longer-term employment.
Job Responsibilities
• Develop and synthesize novel polymeric / inorganic materials and composites
• Investigate processing-structure-property relationships of candidate material systems
• Perform related analytical, computational, and/or experimental research tasks
• Summarize research findings in technical reports, manuscripts, and presentations
• U.S. citizenship
• Ph.D. (or to be completed in the next 6 months) in chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, or related fields
• Research in the synthesis, reaction optimization, and characterization of polymers
• Willingness to expand scientific knowledge base through interdisciplinary research
• Good communication skills, both written and verbal, and team-oriented approach

Teaching Position Opportunity

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin is hiring a full-time assistant professor of instruction (non-tenure track) for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Primary duties for this position will be teaching general chemistry at the undergraduate level, however courses in other content areas may be available depending on candidate qualifications.

CIA Undergraduate Scholarship

2018 CIA Undergraduate Scholarship is available for the undergraduate students. The applicant must be 18 years of age by date of application to the scholarship program.

The award amount of the scholarship is $18,000.

The scholarship application deadline is Student Deadline: July 31, 2018.

Applicants can get more information through the given link: CIA Undergraduate Scholarship

University of Michigan 42nd Annual Macro Symposium – Registration Open!

The Macromolecular Science and Engineering Program at the University of Michigan is pleased to announce its 42nd Annual Symposium, Physical & Chemical Interactions of Polymeric Systems taking place on October 24th and 25th, 2018. Registration is now open and student poster submissions are being accepted!

Registration, accommodation, and much more information for the symposium can be found at

October 24th: Professional Development Short Courses

This half-day (afternoon start) series of talks is intended for both undergraduate and graduate students. Speakers will present on a variety of topics included career pathways, networking and job searches, being successful in graduate school, and public scientific engagement. An evening networking dinner will be held following the talks to which all symposium registrants are invited.

October 25th: Physical & Chemical Interactions of Polymeric Systems

The research symposium and poster sessions, featuring invited talks by faculty and students. Industrial sponsors will have booth space during the poster sessions to connect with students. Poster awards will be given at the conclusion of the event at 3:30 PM.

Participants are able to register for both or just one of the days of the symposium. The poster session is open to all students and post-doctoral researchers and covers research in all areas of polymer science and engineering.

There is no registration fee. Two poster submissions will be elevated to invited talks, providing a fantastic opportunity to showcase research to leaders in the field.

Please let us know if you have questions about the event, we look forward to seeing you in October!

Many thanks,

Adam Mael, on behalf of the Symposium Committee


2018 Symposium Flyer

Grand expertise meet at Mass Spectrometry 2018

Greetings from Mass Spectrometry 2018.


The purpose of this letter is to invite you all, on behalf of organizing committee, at the upcoming Conference 8thInternational Conference on Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry and Chromatography which will be held during October 31-November 01, 2018 at Columbus, Ohio, USA.

The main theme of the conference is “Innovations and Current Trends with mass spectrometry and chromatography”.



1.      New developments in Mass Spectrometry

2.      Innovations in Mass Spectrometry techniques

3.      Applications of Chromatography

4.      Innovations in Chromatography in Science

5.      Mass Spectrometry Imaging and many more

Please confirm your slots by registering online at:
We feel privileged to have your gracious presence at our conference and provide an opportunity for the attendees at the conference to explore their research work. Hope you will honor by joining us at Columbus, USA.


Your early response would be greatly appreciated.

Position: Scientist/ Postdoctoral Fellow/ Research Associate, Mass Spectrometry, DMPK/Analytical

University of Toronto Mississauga

Position: Scientist/ Postdoctoral Fellow/ Research Associate, Mass Spectrometry, DMPK/Analytical Chemist

Term: 1 Year Contract, possibility of renewal or full time position after 1 year.

Location: Mississauga, Ontario

Start date: Immediate
Deadline: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis; select applicants will be contacted for an interview.

How to apply: send your CV and a cover letter to

About the Gunning Group: Our group specializes in small molecule drug discovery, with projects aimed at the development of improved therapies for most aggressive cancers. Our current ~40-member team is comprised of medicinal chemists, in vitro biologists, biochemists, molecular and cell biologists and in vivo biologists. We are currently looking for an expert in mass spectrometry to support the in vitro and in vivo DMPK studies of our drug discovery programs.

Skills: An ideal candidate would be a self-motivated person with demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision, have strong interpersonal skills and excellent problem solving skills. The candidate should have a strong scientific knowledge. Strong written and verbal communication skills are a must.

Education: a minimum of MSc in analytical chemistry, pharmacology or a related field.

Experience: min 5 Yr experience in hands-on mass spectrometry studies; Experience with DMPK studies is preferred, PhD/MSc work counts toward the experience. Experience in preparation of samples for the LC-MS/MS analysis, including sample extraction and purification from cells and biological tissues, including but not limited to blood, plasma, brain homogenates, skin biopsies. Experience in Met-ID; analysis, storage and interpretation of the LC-MS/MS data; maintenance and operation of the LC-MS/MS instrument. Experience in grant writing is an asset.

Instruments: Expertise in the operation of LC-MS/MS is mandatory. Experience operating Waters instruments is preferred.

Knowledge and training: DMPK and Met-ID experiments; pharmacology; knowledge of proteomics is an asset.

Duties: Lead projects involving mass spectrometry studies; design and perform DMPK, Met-ID and protein ID studies, procure and maintain the inventory of reagents and consumables, maintain the inventory of samples, operate and maintain LC-MS/MS, HPLC, and MS instruments, maintain and organize experimental data records, provide needed training to students and oversee their work, maintain well organized experimental and regulatory documentation, maintain the organization and cleanliness of the laboratory space, maintain and arrange for all permits required for the operation of the lab, assist in the preparation of grant applications. The candidate is expected to be driven by scientific excellency as well as cost- and process-efficiency approach in his/her day-to-day operations.