|CCL 16.09.22 Postdoc, Protein-Ligand Database, NYC|
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Date: Thu Sep 22 15:51:39 2016
Subject: 16.09.22 Postdoc, Protein-Ligand Database, NYC
Schrödinger, a technology leader specializing in software solutions for life science research and development, is searching for a postdoc based in New York City. The position involves a combination of scientific programming, methods development, and customer collaboration with an emphasis on structural analysis of crystal structures and molecular dynamics trajectories. A primary aim is the development of new computational approaches to analyze the vast quantities of structural data available from crystal structures and molecular dynamics simulations.
Postdocs at Schrdinger gain familiarity with our entire suite of structure- and ligand-based software, including packages for docking, molecular simulations, homology modeling, pharmacophore modeling, cheminformatics, and quantum mechanics. A strong background in molecular modeling and computational chemistry with application to biological problems is highly desired. Exceptional communication skills, an outgoing personality, and a willingness to travel are required. Experience working on drug discovery projects is highly desirable.
Duration: One year, with possibility of extension
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