Adriana Manzi amanzi at UCSD.EDU
Thu Aug 1 17:53:43 EST 1996

The UCSD Glycobiology Program seeks an outstanding individual with a 
strong background in NMR spectroscopy and chemistry of carbohydrates, 
and an interest in biology, to develop sensitive approaches for the 
study of biologically relevant oligosaccharides.  A Ph.D. in Organic or 
Physical Chemistry or related discipline, along with training in current 
NMR techniques is required. Experience with chromatography, mass 
spectrometry, and microanalysis is preferred. Responsibilities include 
day-to-day operation of a Varian 500MHz NMR spectrometer with 1H 
Nano-NMR and I.d. PFG probes, development and implementation of new NMR 
and data-analysis technologies, exploration of sensitive methods for 
tagging oligosaccharides, and participation in cross-disciplinary team 
problem-solving projects. Experience in glycoprotein biochemistry, 
bioseparations and computational molecular modeling is desirable.  
Effective communication and interpersonnal skills together with a 
demonstrated capability of success in research will be important 
criteria for selection. 
Send application letter including a complete description of NMR 
background and experience, CV, and names of three professional 
references to:
Dr.Adriana Manzi, Glycobiology Program, Cancer Center, School of 
Medicine, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La 
Jolla, CA 92093-0687. Tele: (619) 534-7043; Fax: (619) 534-5611; 
e-mail:amanzi at ucsd.edu.

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