|CCL 19.10.02 Postdoc position in Computational Biophysics/Biochemistry, Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens, Greece|
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Date: Wed Oct 2 17:10:16 2019
Subject: 19.10.02 Postdoc position in Computational Biophysics/Biochemistry, Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens, Greece
A postdoctoral position is available to work in the laboratory of Dr. Zoe Cournia at the Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens, Greece. The researcher will work on the allosteric regulation of proteins, identification of cryptic binding pockets and computer-aided drug design. More specifically, the study focus is on the structure and dynamics of mutated vs wild-type proteins in water and/or in association with model membranes using unbiased and enhanced sampling Molecular Dynamics simulations. Moreover, the postdoctoral researcher will work on binding affinity free energy calculations and computer-aided drug design for targeting identified allosteric pockets. The following qualifications are required: Diploma and PhD in Chemistry, Physics, Pharmacy, Computer Science or related discipline No more than 3 years after finishing PhD degree EU nationality Proven experience in computational chemistry and molecular simulation techniques Programming experience Excellent knowledge (written and spoken) of the English language The position is announced for one year with the possibility for renewal and can commence as soon as possible. Interested candidates please email a CV to zcournia(!)bioacademy.gr, including the names of two referees and a letter of intent. For more information on the Cournia lab research interests, please refer to the webpage: http://www.drugdesign.grNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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