A position is available in the Biosciences and Biotechnology Division of the Physical and Life Sciences Directorate at Lawrence Livermore
National Laboratory to carry out research on the scanning probe
microscopy and nanometer-scale secondary ion mass spectrometry studies
of structure, assembly and function of viral systems. A Ph.D.
degree in life sciences, chemistry or physics, and experience in
scanning probe microscopy are required. Experience in mass spectrometry
techniques and biological experiments are highly desirable. The
successful candidate will work as an integral member of a group with
expertise in scanning probe microscopy, mass spectrometry, structural
virology, and immunology. Thus, experience working in multidisciplinary
teams and demonstrated ability for scientific accomplishment with
minimal direct guidance is desirable. Salary scale: from low- to
mid-$70K depending on qualification and experience. LLNL
is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates should submit a CV, publication list, names and addresses of three references to
Dr. Alexander J. Malkin (

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Comment by Srinivas Parimi on August 27, 2010 at 1:57am
Dear Dr. Alexander J. Malkin,
I have recently completed my PhD in the area of Nanobiotechnology and I am keen on pursuing my postdoctoral research in the area of drug/gene delivery or in application of nanoparticles for medical research. I am interested to join your group, I have already sent me CV. Please acknowledge the receipt of my CV and also let me know whether I my interests matches your requirement.


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Comment by Dr. Nagender Reddy on July 14, 2010 at 11:42am
Dear Dr. Alexander J. Malkin,
Thanks for your post.
I am really interested to apply for this position.
Please let me know the starting date of this postdoc position. Because i will finish my PhD in June 2011 (next june). So if you please let me know the starting date..then i will apply for the position..
Thanks in advance,
Best regards
Nagender Reddy Panyala

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