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Date: Mon Aug 30 15:03:50 2021
Subject: 21.08.30 Computational Chemist, AI Force Field Development at New Equilibrium (Boston, MA, USA)
New Equilibrium Biosciences discovers drugs that target intrinsically disordered proteins 
through its integrated computational-experimental platform, with the mission of creating 
transformative medicines for patients with cancers and neurodegenerative disorders. We 
are seeking MS- or PhD-level researchers and developers with strong backgrounds and interest
in Computational Chemistry to join our interdisciplinary team starting in Fall 2021. Candidates 
should be excited about building interdisciplinary computational frameworks to power 
structure-based drug discovery and revolutionize pharmaceutical development. 

Required Qualifications: 
- M.S. or Ph.D. in Computational Chemistry, Theoretical Chemistry, Computational 
Biology, or a related field; industry or postdoc experience a plus
- Previous experience with molecular dynamics simulations
- Positive attitude
- Attention to detail and enthusiasm for benchmarking 

Desired Qualifications (any combination of these):
- Previous experience with molecular dynamics simulations or proteins or nucleic acids
- Previous research experiences in force field development
- Theoretical quantum chemistry coursework 
- Research experience in quantum chemistry
- Interest in machine learning
- Previous experiences with interdisciplinary collaborations

Your responsibilities:
- Contribute to the development of our AI force field for describing protein motion
- Generate and curate benchmarking data 
- Work closely with experimentalists, modelers, and medicinal chemists to improve our force field
- Prepare figures/slides/documents for external presentations 
- Help shape the culture of New Equilibrium Biosciences (

If interested, please apply via the form below ( by September 13, 2021. Cover letters can be addressed to Drs. Burger and Bratholm. We will be reviewing applications as they come in, so apply now and join us in our mission of creating new medicines for life-threatening diseases!

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