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1. Postdoc in Computational Biophysics [Available 2016]:

Postdoctoral positions in computational biophysics are occasionally available. Interested candidates may inquire to the e-mail address given below. Experience and skills in scientific computer programming are required. Experience in the development and/or application of computational methods Such as DFT, QM/MM, molecular docking and/or MD is also helpful. Knowledge of molecular biology and/or biochemistry is needed.

2. Postdoc in Computational Biochemistry [Available 2016]:

Postdoctoral positions in computational chemistry and/or computational biochemistry are occasionally available. Interested candidates may inquire to the e-mail address given below. Some experience in scientific computer programming are expected. Extensive experience in one or more of the following computational methods is required: QM/MM, MetaDynamics and molecular docking. In addition, knowledge of molecular biology and/or biochemistry is expected including understanding of DNA structure/function and protein structure/function. Possible topics of research include DNA-small molecule interactions and mechanisms of DNA repair.

Related Postdoctoral Jobs:

Applicants for the following positions may also be considered:

  • Postdoctoral Position in Computational Chemistry
  • Postdoctoral Position in Computational Bionanoscience
  • Postdoctoral Position in Computational Physics

Inquiries:

Please send cover letter and updated CV via e-mail to:

Attn: Postdoc Inquiry
Computational Biomolecular & Mesoscopic Physics Group
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907


E-mail: bionanophys@purdue.edu



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