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Mass Spectrometrist/Analytical Chemist position available at the Glycoscience Center at Georgetown University, Washington, DC
The Clinical and Translational Glycoscience Research Center at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC invites applications for a position of Analytical Scientist with experience in mass spectrometry of proteins and their glycosylation. This person will join an interactive team of informaticians and glycobiologists to optimise glycoproteomics workflows on an Orbitrap Fusion Lumos w ETD/UVPD (Thermo) and a Q-Exactive (Thermo). The workflows will be applied to research projects supported by the CTGRC including quantification of glycopeptides in fibrotic liver disease, identification of glycoprotein complexes, and analysis of heparan sulfation dependent cell proteomes in the context of cancer diseases.
Minimum requirements include: a PhD degree, 7-years hands on experience with mass spectrometry of proteins and their glycosylation, and a productive publication record. Candidates must have strong written and oral communication skills, be able to work independently, and work efficiently in a collaborative research environment. This is a Research Faculty position with the rank and compensation commensurate with the experience and accomplishments of the applicant; annual compensation is in the range of $80,000-$120,000.
To apply, send your CV, a statement of research interests, and contact for three references to Prof. Radoslav Goldman at rg26@georgetown.edu.


Postdoctoral Research Fellow position available at Macquarie University
The Department is currently seeking a suitably qualified Post-doctoral Fellow. Reporting to the Dr Morten Andersen you will:
– Perform glycobiological and glycoanalytical research of human blood and immune cells including of neutrophils and macrophages
– Disseminate your research to the team, collaborators and community
– Contribute to the daily running of the lab and the research group including supervision and training of students
Application closes 1st December, 2021.
For more information and full details please visit here or contact Dr Morten Andersen at morten.andersen@mq.edu.au


Full-time senior technical officer position available at Sydney Mass Spectrometry, the University of Sydney
This is a continuing positions and the ideal candidate is someone with experience in LC-MS instrument maintenance, proteomics and mass spectrometry imaging (DESI and/or MALDI). Great people skills and a passion for research support is critical for these roles.
Application closes 12th May, 2021.
For more information and full details please visit here or contact Dr Ben Crossett at ben.crossett@sydney.edu.au


PTMs in Human Disease Webinar

Connect with leaders of the Biology/Disease-Driven Human Proteome Project (B/D-HPP) at their first PTMs in Human Disease webinar focused on showcasing approaches to investigate post-translational modifications (PTMs). This webinar will consist of seven (7) presentations and a panel discussion among speakers and participants.
Date: Monday, April 26, 2021
Time: 23:00 AEST (Duration 3 hours)
Zoom meeting link: https://princeton.zoom.us/j/99080442592


The 26th International Symposium on Glycoconjugates, the Glyco26, programmed for August 29th – September 3rd, 2021 has been deferred to August 27th – September 1st, 2023 due to COVID-19.


Check out the newly re-designed SFG web site: https://www.glycobiology.org/ with a wealth of useful information for glycoscientists


Technology Manager – Mass Spectrometry position with Australian Proteome Analysis Facility (APAF).
We’re looking for a skilled expert in Mass Spectrometry to join the Australian Proteome Analysis Facility at Macquarie University.
Salary Package: from $105,298 to $117,167 p.a. (Level 8), plus 17% employer’s Superannuation.
Appointment Type: Full-time, fixed term 3 years.
For more information please visit MQ Careers, Seek, or contact APAF Manager Belinda Schiller at belinda.schiller@mq.edu.au.


New Glycoscience Field of Research (FoR) Codes
August 2020 – The recently reviewed Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC) used for ARC applications and elsewhere has accepted our request for two new glycoscience classifiers of interest to our network member including 310107 Glycobiology and 340405 Glycoconjugates.