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Biomolecular Measurement Division
NRC Postdoctoral Research Opportunities

Structure-Function Relationships of Biological Macromolecules Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Biopharmaceutical and Membrane Protein Stabilization
Multiplex PCR Assay Development
Mass Spectrometry-Based Quantitative Proteomics
The Measurement Science of Clinical Proteomics
Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chip Technologies for Controlled Molecular Self-Assembly, Analytical Biochemistry, and Multiplexed Measurements
Studies of Bio-Nanomaterials
Metrology Tools for Biomanufacturing
Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry of Proteins and Biosimilar Drugs
Nanomaterials for Chemical Sensors
Enabling Research for Next-Generation Chemical and Biochemical Sensing
Fundamental Studies of Transduction Phenomena for Microscale and Nanoscale Chemical/Biochemical Sensors
DNA Damage, DNA Repair, and Nanomaterial Toxicity
RNA Structure and Function of Marine Viruses Using High Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Mass Spectrometry-Based Measurements of Protein Glycosylation
Biomolecule Surface Interactions for Diagnostics and Sensing
Engineered Nanomaterial Induced Genotoxicity
Microfluidics for Proteins

Glycoprotein and Biopharmaceutical Mass Spectrometry
High-Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopic Analysis of RNA-Protein Structures and Interactions in Influenza-Related Viruses
High-Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopic Measurements for 3D Structural "Finger-Printing" of Biological Therapeutics
Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis
Building and Using Mass Spectral Reference Libraries
Differentiation of Analytical and Biological Variability in Metabolomics using Standard Reference Materials and Multivariate Statistics

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Biomolecular Measurement Division (BMD)
Rebecca Zangmeister, Science Advisor
rebecca.zangmeister@nist.gov
(301) 975-4912 Telephone

NIST, 100 Bureau Drive M/S 8315
Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8315