Employment

The RBC has faculty members located at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.  Lincoln and Omaha are separated by 60 miles and are the two largest cities in Nebraska with 225,000 and 400,000 residents respectively.

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Post-doctoral Positions Available

NEW!

An NIH-funded postdoctoral researcher position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Oleh Khalimonchuk at the Department of Biochemistry/ Redox Biology Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The laboratory is located in the George W. Beadle Center and offers a supportive and collaborative world-class research environment as well as access to state-of-the-science proteomics, metabolomics, crystallography and imaging facilities. Our international research team seeks to understand fundamental processes underpinning the key aspects of vital mitochondrial functions. We aim to determine how perturbations in mitochondrial protein quality control contribute to development and progression of aging-associated neurodegenerative diseases in humans.

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NEW! Postdoctoral Position in Structural Biology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln NE, USA

We are looking for a highly motivated scientist with a PhD degree in biochemistry, structural biology or a related field to join Prof. Limei Zhang’s research team at the Dept. of Biochemistry and the Redox Biology Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

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Faculty Positions Available

NEW! position at the Assistant / Associate Professor level to begin in the 2016-17 academic year

Plant Metabolic Biochemist

The Department of Biochemistry and Center for Plant Science Innovation invites applications for an Assistant or Associate Professor in the area of plant metabolic biochemistry to establish a high profile and externally supported research and education program addressing metabolic networks and their regulation in plants. The incumbent will preferably generate and use omics datasets, including those obtained from metabolomics, proteomics, and/or genomics to gain a global understanding of plant metabolism to increase predictive nature of metabolic engineering and synthetic biology for crop improvement, including abiotic and biotic stress resistance and/or plant quality. The ability to integrate omics datasets through computational approaches to identify bottlenecks in plant metabolism is preferred.  This position is part of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources initiative in Stress Biology, which offers a highly collaborative research environment.  This position comes with highly competitive start-up packages and access to state of the art mass spectrometry core facilities in the UNL Center for Biotechnology and Department of Chemistry.

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