We are 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), 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.
The candidate should have a background in biophysics/physics, computational sciences, or related disciplines. Previous experience in biophysics, computer science, bioinformatics will be a plus. The candidate should have strong programming skills and be proficient in at least one major programming language, including Python or C/C++.