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Postdoc positions: Theoretical/Computational Biophysics, SUNY Buffalo

Yaoqi Zhou zhou at tammy.harvard.edu
Thu Feb 24 13:46:55 EST 2000

Postdoctoral positions are available after July 1, 2000 at Center for
Single Molecular Biophysics of Department of Physiology and Biophysics
of SUNY Buffalo to conduct theoretical and computational research in
biophysics. Qualified candidates should have a PhD in Chemistry,
Physics, or related field.  Experience with theoretical/computational
biophysics, statistical mechanics, and/or computer simulations is a
plus but not necessary.  However, strong mathematical and some
programming skills are essential. The main area of our interest is
protein folding and protein binding using statistical mechanics
theories and simulation methods (please visit
http://yuri.harvard.edu/~zhou for details). Our laboratory will be
equipped with 64-processor PC clusters and some SGI/Dec alpha
workstations.  The university Center for Computational Research also
has 128-processor Origin 2000, 28-processor SP2, and a cluster of 64
Sun Ultra 5 workstations.  Please send your CV with cover letter, and
the names, addresses, and phone numbers of two referees familiar with
your work. Email to zhou at tammy.harvard.edu with plain text file or
postscript file is preferred. Regular mail should send to Dr. Yaoqi
Zhou, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard
University, 12 Oxford St. #232, Cambridge, MA 02138, or Department of
Physiology and Biophysics, 124 Sherman Hall, University at Buffalo,
State University of New York Buffalo, New York 14214 after July 1,
2000. State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.

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