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Opportunity: Postdoctoral Researcher in Protein Structural BIOINFORMATICS @ Purdue University -- West Lafayette, IN (US)
Submitted by Daisuke Kihara; posted on Monday, December 24, 2012
The primary area sought is computational drug design. Strong candidates would be those who have experience not only in using existing tools for computational drug design/in silico screening but also have experience or skill in developing methods. Experience in protein tertiary structure modeling & prediction, protein docking, protein global/local shape comparison is strong plus.

Our group has postdocs, graduate students and undergraduate students with diverse background, biophysics, applied mathematics, bioinformatics, computer science, biology, and statistics. A new postdoc will enjoy interaction with the lab members as well as colleagues in structural biology, biology and computer science in the departments at Purdue University.

See lab website:

* Qualified candidates should hold a PhD in Physics, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Doctor of Engineering, or in a related field.
* Fluent programming skill and good communication skills are essential. Highly motivated and creative candidates with a strong record of publication are encouraged to apply.

1-2 years

Send CV and contact information of 3 references who can comment your academic performance by email to Professor Kihara (dkihara[at]

Daisuke Kihara, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences/Computer Science
Purdue University
Hockmeyer Hall
240 S. Martin Jischke Dr.
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Tel: 1-765-496-2284

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