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Date: Tue Nov 22 05:11:13 2016
Subject: 16.11.22 Postdoc, computational biochemistry / biophysics, metalloenzymes, enzyme redesign, Krakow, Poland
This position is funded by a Polish National Science Center grant, which
focuses on structure, catalytic mechanisms and enzyme redesign for non-heme
iron enzymes taking part in biosynthesis of pharmacologically active 

The successful applicant will be part of a young research team at 
the Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, 
Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow, Poland. The team applies both 
experimental and computational research tools and works on a group 
of metalloenzymes with the aim to solve their crystal structures, 
unravel their reaction mechanisms and perform rational-based function 

Your tasks and responsibilities:
Post doctoral fellow (appointment till April 2020)
Computational studies on mechanisms of enzymatic reactions, molecular 
dynamics simulations for enzyme-ligand complexes, enzyme redesign
Actively contributing member of the team
Pro-actively and regularly report results and updates to the project lead 
and during project meetings

Who You Are ?
PhD degree in computational chemistry, computational biophysics, 
bioinformatics or related fields.
Experience in conducting research work in the field of computational
biochemistry / biophysics: enzymatic reaction mechanisms, molecular 
dynamics simulations for proteins. 
Experience in enzyme redesign is very welcomed. 
Fluent in English.

For more information, please contact the web page of the institute:
Please send an application, a copy of a PhD degree certificate, full CV, 
one opinion of you by an independent researcher, list of scientific 
achievements and your own report on your scientific interests and research 
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