Postdoctoral Fellow Positions
The Scott Lab currently has an opening for a postdoctoral fellow to study the structure-function relationships of human (membrane) cytochrome P450 enzymes, with an emphasis on X-ray crystallography. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in biochemistry, biophysics, chemistry, or a related field with a strong background in protein biochemistry and X-ray crystallography. Ideal candidates will be highly motivated with excellent communication skills, as evidenced by a productive publication record. This position involves working cohesively as part of an interdisciplinary and interactive research team. Interested applicants should send a statement of interest and CV to Dr. Emily Scott.
Graduate Student Positions
The Scott lab is accepting students. Students interested in pursuing graduate training in the Scott laboratory must first apply and be accepted into one of the following programs. Students accepted into each of these programs have the opportunity to select the Scott Lab as one of their first year research rotations. Productive rotations typically result in the opportunity to join the Scott Lab for Ph.D. training.
Students seeking to pursue a Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry in the Scott Lab should apply to the Medicinal Chemistry program through the Rackham Graduate School.
Program in Biomedical Science (PIBS)
Students seeking to pursue a Ph.D. in Biophysics or Pharmacology in the Scott Lab should apply to the Program in Biomedical Science (PIBS) expressing an interest in the relevant area of interest.
Students seeking to pursue a Ph.D. degree in Chemical Biology in the Scott Lab should apply directly to the Chemical Biology Program. Chemical Biology is a graduate program involving faculty from multiple departments including Chemistry, Biological Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Biophysics.