Postdoctoral position in computational biophysics

Bioinformatics Institute, A*STAR
Physics and Evolution of Biological Macromolecules
Singapore Singapore


The lab of Igor Berezovsky at the Bioinformatics Institute is looking for highly
motivated postdoctoral researcher in Computational Biophysics/Bioinformatics.
The project is a continuation of the group’s innovative work in the field of protein
allosteric regulation (PLOS Comp Biol 12, e1004678 (2016), Curr Opin Struct Biol
37, 1 (2016), Bioinformatics 33, 3996 (2017), PLOS Comp Biol 14, e1006228
(2018), Nucl Acids Res 47, D265 (2019), Curr Opin Struct Biol 56, 18 (2019),
Structure 27, 866 (2019)). It includes a work on the molecular model of allosteric
regulation with the focus on inducing required allosteric signaling, exploring and
tuning effects of the ligand-binding, and developing in silico approaches for the
design of allosteric drugs. Collaboration with experimental groups on the
validation of computational predictions will also be continued (Biochemistry 56,
228 (2017)).

Applications containing
· a letter of motivation with statement of research interests
· curriculum vitae
· names and contact information of two references
should be sent by e-mail to Group Leader Igor N. Berezovsky
The three-year position is available from September 2019.
Igor N. Berezovsky, PhD
Bioinformatics Institute
30 Biopolis Street, #07-01 Matrix,
Singapore 138671


The candidate should have a strong background in physics and mathematics,
biophysics, bioinformatics and computational biology, structural biology, or
computational sciences. Previous experience in physics, computer science,
bioinformatics or applied statistics will be a plus. The candidate should also
possess strong quantitative skills and be highly proficient in at least one major
programming language, including Python or C/C++.

Start date

As soon as possible

Start date

To be determined

How to Apply

via e-mail:


Dr. Igor N. Berezovsky