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Date: Sat Feb 2 06:02:25 2019
Subject: 19.02.02 Computational biology/chemistry postdoc in Singapore
One postdoctoral position will be available from April 2019 in the
Structure-based Ligand Discovery and Design group led by Dr. Hao Fan
at the Bioinformatics Institute (,
A*STAR Singapore. Fan lab focuses on developing computational methods
to study protein-ligand interactions, applying to GPCRs, transporters,
and enzymes. 

We are seeking one experienced research fellow (both senior and junior
levels are fine) starting April 2019 who will use a wide range of
computational techniques especially protein structural modelling
and molecular docking to predict/design proteins/ligands and study
molecular mechanisms. 

1.PhD in computational biology, broadly defined 
2.Strong expertise in protein structural modelling and molecular docking
3.Experience in machine learning methods is preferred
4.Experience in QM calculation of enzyme reactions or 
  MD simulation of membrane proteins will be a plus 
5.Strong problem-solving skills and able to work independently, 
  experience in method development is preferred 
6.Strong programming/scripting skills and English language skills 
7.Experience in teamwork (e.g. collaboration with experimental labs) 
  will be a plus
Applicants should send a single pdf containing a one-page cover letter
describing prior research/work experience and accomplishments, and a
full resume, to Dr. Hao Fan ( 

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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