Postdocs/Graduate Students in Protein Docking and Structure Prediction

Mike Reed MikeReed1 at worldnet.att.net
Wed Feb 25 21:51:20 EST 1998


Ilya Vakser wrote:
> 
> Applications are invited for postdoctoral and graduate student positions
> in my laboratory at the Medical University of South Carolina.
> The positions were advertised in November, however, due to the delayed
> release of funds, I post them again.
> 
> The main subjects of the research in the laboratory are computational
> studies of molecular recognition, docking methodology, structure
> prediction, and applications to signal transduction pathways and other
> molecular systems. For more information, see the lab's web site at
> http://reco3.musc.edu The following positions are immediately
> available:
> 
> Postdoctoral fellow
> Development of flexible docking techniques for small ligands. Docking
> methodology for computer-aided drug design.
> 
> Postdoctoral fellow
> Modeling of integral membrane receptors. Structure prediction based on
> the principles of molecular recognition.
> 
> Graduate student
> General development of protein docking methodology.
> 
> Strong programming skills in C are required for all positions.
> 
> To apply send or email a letter and CV with names of 3 referees.
> 
> Ilya A. Vakser
> Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
> Department of Cell and Molecular Pharmacology
> Medical University of South Carolina
> 171 Ashley Avenue
> Charleston, SC 29425
> 
> Email: vakseri at musc.edu, Phone:(803)792-2471, Fax:(803)792-2475I would suggest using perl instead of C.




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