Postdoctoral Positions

The group is always interested in postdoctoral applicants with experience in the development and application of NMR methods to study the structure and dynamics of large proteins and protein complexes. Experience in orthogonal techniques, including protein biochemistry, X-Ray crystallography, high-resolution mass spectrometry or computational biophysics, is a plus.
Applications should be sent by email to rghose@ghoselab.org and should include a description of future research interests and a CV with a complete list of refereed publications. Qualified applicants candidates will be asked for three letters of reference.                    

PhD Student Positions

The group is always looking for ambitious students interested in biophysics, broadly defined. The group prefers students with prior research experience in one or more of - (1) protein biochemistry, (2) computational biology, (3) solution/solid-state NMR spectroscopy or (4) X-Ray crystallography. The group accepts students from the Biochemistry, Chemistry and Physics PhD programs at the Graduate Center of CUNY.  Students already accepted into these PhD programs should feel free to contact the group the group at any time. Prospective students are also encouraged to contact the group and to apply to the relevant PhD program/s through the Graduate Center of CUNY. Information about the application process may be obtained by clicking on the GC logo below.
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Undergraduate Researcher Positions

We are also always looking for motivated undergraduates wanting to gain research experience during the semester (as part of an Honors research class) or over the summer. All interested parties should set up an appointment by email to rghose@ghoselab.org including a copy of the latest transcript as an attachment.     
Undergraduate students are also accepted through the B3-REU progam (only US citizens and permanent residents are eligible for this fellowship).
Details of the B3-REU program may be found at the following URL: https://www.ccny.cuny.edu/research/nsf-b3-reu