November 2019 News
Assistant or Associate Professor in Biochemical Mechanisms of Cancer - The Department of Molecular Biosciences at the University of Kansas invites applications for a faculty position as a tenure-track assistant professor or associate professor using biochemical or chemical biology approaches to investigate the molecular mechanisms of cancer. Candidates are expected to develop an internationally visible, rigorous, and externally-funded research program and to effectively teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students in the area of biochemistry. A full job description and instructions for applying are available at the KU Human Resources Management website.
Anthony Fehr (assistant professor) was awarded a CBID CoBRE Research Project Grant through NIGMS for his project entitled “Deciphering the distinct roles of macrodomain ADP-ribose binding and hydrolysis in coronavirus replication”.
Mizuki Azuma (associate professor) was awarded a 2-year term grant from The Children's Mercy Hospital Midwest Alliance Partners Advisory Board for her work entitled "The role of a sugar (O-GlcNAc) modification of EWS-FLI1 in malignant progression of Ewing sarcoma and its therapeutic potential"