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Excited about decoding bio-molecular machines with computers? Come join us!

We have an opening for a Postdoctoral Research Associate starting from Fall 2022 to support research on computational modeling of complex biomolecular systems in the broad field of glycoprotein-based therapeutic design. Expertise in any of the following techniques is preferred: all-atom and coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations, multi-scale approaches, enhanced sampling methods, Markov processes and machine learning. Knowledge and/or interest in the field of glycosciences is an additional asset. Interested candidates can email with a cover letter, full CV, a brief (1-2 pages) statement of past research experience and future research outlook, and contact information of three potential referees.

Graduate Students with backgrounds in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science or other related fields, who are interested in biological problems are welcome to reach out (email or walk-in). Interested PhD and Masters students already enrolled in related graduate programs at Northeastern University are specially encouraged to contact us for available positions.

Highly motivated Undergraduate Students are urged to reach out for discussing potential projects!

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