Position(s) available in Wisconsin Center for NanoBioSystems (WisCNano) at UW-Madison School of Pharmacy
WisCNano is a newly launched center stemming from a strong UW initiative to foster nanotechnology-based pharmaceutical sciences. The center is established to unify, coordinate, and promote research and scholarship in collaborative effort in nanomedicine and other cutting-edge nanotechnologies.
Job Duties: Under the guidance of faculty mentors in WisCNano, the Research Associate will plan, conduct, and analyze experiments related to multiple projects in nanomedicine. The Research Associate will further develop and help submit research proposals, publish results in peer-reviewed journals, and present research at research meetings. For further information, visit https://pharmacy.wisc.edu/wiscnano/
Begin Date: ASAP
Term: One year, renewable
Percent Time: 100%
Salary: $50,000+, negotiable based on qualification and experience of the candidate.
Requirements: Ph.D. in pharmaceutical sciences, polymer science, bioengineering, or a relevant discipline. Experience with nanotechnology and animal studies, e.g., mouse tumor models, is required. Specific skills in other animal surgical procedures, animal imaging, cell culture, and immunology background will be considered an advantage. Fluency in English is a necessity. Finally, the applicant must be a team player, able to collaborate and communicate with scientists and clinicians across fields.
A global leader in pharmacy education, research, service and professional development, the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy has educated the world’s finest pharmacists and scientists for more than 130 years. Our constantly evolving curriculum, state-of-the-art facilities and commitment to hands-on learning mean our students graduate with a thorough education, grounded in the latest biomedical, pharmaceutical, social and clinical science, and the practical skills to advance tomorrow’s patient care.
Inspired by the Wisconsin Idea, the renowned faculty, groundbreaking research labs and institutes of the School of Pharmacy are united by a single mission: to enhance the health and quality of life of people in Wisconsin and around the world.