Ourresearch aims to develop and apply new chemical tools and principles to solve biological problems that are difficult to solve, if not impossible, by standard biological techniques. A central theme of our research is to harness the powerof organic reactions to study protein dynamics, function, and protein-protein interactions and their assembly in living organisms. Currently, our research efforts focus on the following three areas:
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1. Development of bioorthogonal reactions as a tool to study spatiotemporal regulation of protein functions in various cellular systems;
2. Development of new chemistries for translating bioactive peptides into human cancer therapeutics;
3. Heterologous expression of protein-based bacterial microcompartments in yeast for metabolic production of novel chemicals, e.g., high-energy transportable biofuels.
Apostdoctoral associate position is open immediately in The Lin Group at SUNY Buffalo:
1. This individual will work on a project focusing on the development of novel protein chemistries with a goal toward the design of protein-based therapeutics.
2. The successful candidate shall have a strong background in protein biochemistry and biophysics, chemical biology, or molecular and cell biology.
3. The candidate shall beself-motivated and capable of carrying out the project independently.
The compensation will be commensurate with the individual's experience. The interested candidate should submit a CV and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent directly to Professor QingLin at email@example.com.
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