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Biomolecular Measurement Division
NRC Postdoctoral Research Opportunities

Structure-Function of Biomolecules Using NMR

RNA Structure and Function of Marine Viruses Using High Field NMR

High-Resolution NMR of RNA-Protein Complexes in Influenza-Related Viruses

High-Resolution NMR for 3D Structural "Finger-Printing" of Biological Therapeutics

Development of Technologies to Enable Single Molecule Protein Sequencing

Biopharmaceutical and Membrane Protein Stabilization

Optimization of Biomolecular Solution X-ray Measurements and Data Interpretation

Determination of Flexibly Linked, Dynamic or Intrinsically Unfolded Proteins from Solution NMR and X-ray Scattering Data

In vivo Protein Labeling with Stable Isotopes

Engineering Enzymes for the Biomanufacture of Nucleoside Conjugates

Structure-Function Studies of Signaling Proteins from Pathogenic Bacteria

Technology Development for Production of Integral Membrane Proteins

Fundamental Studies of Transduction Phenomena for Microscale and Nanoscale Chemical/Biochemical Sensors

Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis

Building and Using Mass Spectral Reference Libraries

Algorithms for Compound Identification by Mass Spectrometry

Mass Spectrometry-Based Measurements of Protein Glycosylation

Differentiation of Analytical and Biological Variability in Metabolomics using Standard Reference Materials and Multivariate Statistics

Clinical Genetics

Forensic Genetics

DNA Damage, DNA Repair, and Nanomaterial Toxicity

Engineered Nanomaterial Induced Genotoxicity

Metrology Tools for Biomanufacturing

Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry of Proteins and Biosimilar Drugs

Microfluidics for Proteins

Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chip Technologies for Controlled Molecular Self-Assembly, Analytical Biochemistry, and Multiplexed Measurements

Enabling Research for Next-Generation Chemical and Biochemical Sensing

Analytical Mass Spectrometry for Organics and Biomolecules

Analytical Technology for Biopharmaceutical Process and Product Characterization

Measurement Science of Clinical Proteomics

Novel Analytical Separation Science Methodology

Qualitative and Quantitative Characterization of Clinical Analytes

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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