We are looking for an enthusiastic post-doc to join our team. Research in the laboratory is centered on understanding the mechanism of action of rhodopsin and other G protein-coupled receptors. The lab uses modern biophysical approaches involving the atomic force microscope and fluorescence-based assays to address fundamental questions related to signaling. More information about the lab can be found on our website (https://sites.google.com/a/case.edu/paul-park-lab/).
We are looking for an enthusiastic post-doc to lead projects using atomic force microscopy to study photoreceptor cell and retinal biology. The candidate must have experience in atomic force microscopy and must be comfortable handling mice.
Interested candidates should submit a CV and a cover letter highlighting the candidate’s experience in atomic force microscopy, including the type of microscopes used.