position available in structural biology

Nick Blom nickblom at omnigon.com
Tue Mar 14 16:44:35 EST 2000

Omnigon International Ltd. is built around breakthroughs in the way
information is represented within computers and in the efficiency of
software operating on it. Although applicable to a variety of research
fields, Omnigon has identified certain niche areas in which its
proprietary technology will be operable. One of those areas is
predictive methods in structural biology.

For its North-American Medical Systems Division in Carlsbad, California,
Omnigon International is seeking a


The successful candidate will be working in a state-of-the-art, yet to
be equipped, structural biology laboratory where both experimental as
well as theoretical protein structure determination will be pursued. For
the current position, the focus will be on modeling and prediction of
protein structure and the prediction of protein-ligand and
protein-protein interactions. Applicants must have at least a masters
degree in crystallography, biophysics, biochemistry, bioinformatics or
theoretical chemistry. Specialization in structural biology is a
pre-requisite. Familiarity with object oriented programming and proven
experience in the field will be considered a plus.

It is expected that in 2001 research operations of the division will
move to the island of Madeira (Portugal).

Please mail, fax or email  resume to Dr. Nick Blom, Chief Technology
Officer Omnigon Medical Systems, 6350 B Yarrow Drive,  Carlsbad,
California 92009. Email: nickblom at omnigon.com; fax: (760)-804 8877.

                                    Omnigon International Ltd. is an
equal opportunity employer.

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