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POOL POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER

KU Chemistry Department
Lawrence, KS Full-time
Posted on July 11, 2018

Pool-Postdoctoral
Researcher:
The Department of Chemistry at the University of Kansas seeking applications for Postdoctoral Researcher positions. Positions are frequently available on a contingency basis depending on funding. Apply at: https://employment.ku.edu/staff/12296BR. KU is an EO/AAE, full policy http://policy.ku.
edu/IOA/nondiscrimination.

Welcome to KU Chemistry!

At the University of Kansas, we believe that our program provides excellent and diverse opportunities for students and faculty interested in cutting-edge education and research.  Among many distinguishing characteristics, there are three that stand out.

  1. Research Diversity - the Department's research programs and faculty place KU Chemistry at the leading edge of scientific research in a broad range of areas ranging from the highly biologically end of the spectrum (such as our well regarded program in bioanalytical chemistry, or other efforts in proteomics and drug design), to materials research (both experiment and theory), to "green" chemistry (e.g. environmentally benign catalysis), to state-of-the-art molecular simulation and theory, and to the development of new strategies and paradigms in chemical education.
     
  2. Commitment and Support of Interdisciplinary Research and Training - the Chemistry Department and university put a strong premium on interdisciplinary research and the vast majority of our faculty have research collaborations that strongly involve other departments at KU, around the country, or abroad. All such projects involve significant graduate student participation. Active collaborations exist with Departments of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, to name only a few. The department is also a major participant in several interdisciplinary training grant programs at KU.
     
  3. Collegiality and Inclusiveness ​ - the University of Kansas has a strong culture of collegial interaction among the faculty, staff and students. The department recognizes that effective scientific interaction and development is best achieved within a diverse and inclusive environment of mutual respect and professionalism and takes an active role in fostering and maintaining such an environment.