|CCL 21.07.08 PostDoctoral Fellow to work on automated peptide docking|
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Date: Thu Jul 8 14:37:07 2021
Subject: 21.07.08 PostDoctoral Fellow to work on automated peptide docking
Scripps Research is seeking a Postdoctoral Associate to support the Dr. Sanner Lab. We are part of the Center for Computational Structural Biology (CCSB) at Scripps where we develop cutting edge software for modeling, analyzing, and visualizing molecular interactions which we make available to the worldwide research community. Under the AutoDock Suite umbrella of automated docking software tools we have recently developed AutoDock CrankPep (ADCP in short), a docking engine specifically designed for ab-initio docking of fully flexible peptides. We have shown that ADCP outperforms state of the art peptide docking engines and can successfully dock linear and cyclic peptides with up to 20 amino acids. We are seeking a highly motivated and talented individual interested in method development in automated docking and their application to biomedically relevant drug discovery efforts. The successful candidate will join a lab integrated in the highly collaborative CCSB center and continue developing the ADCP software and apply it to biomedically relevant targets. Postdoctoral Associates are appointed positions for the purpose of developing scholarly competence, working under the supervision of a Scripps Research Faculty member. These appointments are normally not renewed beyond a total of five years. For more information visit our project website: http://ccsb.scripps.edu/adcp or job listing site https://www.scripps.edu/careers/?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8766d9a300176abb53d660f31 or contact Dr. Sanner directly via email sanner,+,scripps.edu.
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