|CCL 18.02.20 Postdoc opening in computational biophysics in Paris|
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Date: Tue Feb 20 04:26:21 2018
Subject: 18.02.20 Postdoc opening in computational biophysics in Paris
A postdoctoral position in computational biophysics is available at the Ecole Polytechnique, just outside Paris, France. The research project will aim to understand the structure and function of the ribosome, using large-scale computer simulations and high resolution electron microscopy data obtained by collaborators within our department. It will focus specifically on the initiation steps of protein translation and the inhibitory role of antibiotics. Ecole Polytechnique is highly-ranked internationally, with a small, interdisciplinary research campus just outside Paris, and is part of the much larger Paris-Saclay science cluster. Some of our past research is described at http://biology.polytechnique.fr/biocomputing/biblio.html The position is suitable for a highly motivated person with a Ph.D. in the area of computational chemistry, biomolecular simulations, computational biophysics or biology, physical chemistry, chemical physics, or a related field. The position is initially for one year, starting as soon as a suitable candidate is identified. Renewal for a second year is possible by mutual agreement.
Enquiries and applications (resume and names of 3 references) should be sent by email to : Tom Simonson email: thomas.simonson/./polytechnique.fr Biochemistry Laboratory Ecole Polytechnique 91128 Palaiseau France office phone: +33/1 69 33 48 60NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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