Postdocs/Graduate Students in Protein Docking and Structure Prediction

Ilya Vakser vakseri at musc.edu
Fri Nov 7 17:27:32 EST 1997

Applications are invited for postdoctoral and graduate student positions
in my laboratory at the Medical University of South Carolina. The main
subjects of the research are computational studies of fundamental
principles of molecular recognition, docking methodology, structure
prediction, including membrane proteins modeling, and applications to
signal transduction pathways and other molecular systems.

Candidates for a postdoctoral position should have a background in
biochemical or physics/mathematics/computer science areas. Computer
programming skills will be a plus.

The Medical University of South Carolina at Charleston provides a
challenging research environment in pharmacology and biochemistry with
the emphasis on the development of structural studies. The positions
offer a rare opportunity to enjoy fundamental research at the cutting
edge of computer modeling in structural biology in a relaxing atmosphere
of a charming semi-tropical ocean resort. Charleston is a cosmopolitan
community with rich cultural life (theaters, concerts, art galleries),
great food, and beautiful beaches.

To apply send a letter and CV with names of at least 2 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)792-2475

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