Seeking a permanent position as Lecturer/Assistant Professor of Chemistry
I graduated with Ph.D. in 2013 from The University of Maine with research and publications in computational chemistry, and have taught General Chemistry ever since I graduated.
I am seeking a responsible and challenging long-term position in a growth oriented progressive institution where
my experience and skills will significantly contribute to the overall success of the organization, and provide opportunities for my career growth.
I am familiar with modern concepts applied to undergraduate teaching, and have participated in several workshops conducted by the University of Maine STEM department.
I am very much flexible and highly motivated person, and enthusiastic about student success. Student’s response to my teaching methods has been positive, and enthusiastic and is shown below.
I hope you will find that my extensive knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm would make me an excellent candidate for full-time long-term position.
Please see below for my current curriculum vitae and, reprint of a paper that has been published recently.
- Experimental, theoretical and computational techniques for biophysical problems in drug design, testing and delivery.
- Membrane proteins known as ion channels or potassium channel simulation.
- Experimental work related to polymers, synthesis of polymer particles in Ionic Liquids.
- Preparation of biosensors by modifying surface of the carbon nanotube with Ionic Liquids and polymers to detect bio-molecules.