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Date: Mon May 1 16:17:56 2023
Subject: 23.05.01 Postdoc, Computational Biophysics, University of Rhode Island
The research team in Dr. Zhang's new lab in University of Rhode Island is 
looking for a post-doctoral researcher who will apply computational 
biophysics/biochemistry knowledge working on antimicrobial peptides 
interacting with coronavirus projects which are funded by NSF. 

The successful candidate should:
- have a good knowledge of computational biophysics/biochemistry in 
terms of protein interaction with ligands; 
- have a sound knowledge of Linux, shell scripting, tcl coding; 
- have a solid knowledge of running all-atom molecule dynamics 
simulations using NAMD and CHARMM programs, using graphic programs VMD 
and Pymol;
- knowledge on alphafold, bioinformatics will be a plus 

We offer:
- research at the forefront of theoretical biophysics/biochemistry 
working with great collaborators
- frequent advising and support to develop your research goals 
- outstanding salary, health and social insurance determined by the 
standard of institution 
- Attractive location

The initial position is around one year, and is possible for extension. 

Please, send to Dr. Liqun Zhang ( in a single 
PDF file with subject line "postdoc position application" the following:
- cover letter describing your research experience, strengths/weaknesses 
  in the above qualifications, preferred start date (positions are 
  available immediately or later upon mutual agreement)

- current CV, publication list, scientific indicators (online profile)

- contact detail of 3 researchers who can be asked to send 
  a letter of recommendation

The evaluation of candidates will start on May 2nd and will be 
open at least until July 1, 2023 or later until the position is filled.

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