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Date: Mon Mar 7 15:13:44 2016
Subject: 16.03.07 Postdoctoral Associate - Viscosity Prediction, New York, NY
Schrodinger, a technology leader specializing in software solutions for life
science research and development, is searching for a postdoctoral candidate
to be based in New York City. Responsibilities will include developing novel
computational models to predict the viscosity behavior of immunoglobulins
in close collaboration with a leading industrial partner. The position offers
an opportunity to have a significant impact on existing real-world drug
discovery projects and is a limited 2-year appointment.

Requirements:

- Ph.D. in computational structural biology, chemistry, biophysics, or 
  related field

- Hands-on experience with statistical analysis and associated 
  computational technologies

- Strong algorithm and software development skills (Python, C++)

- Ability to conduct independent research, as well as work with a diverse
  team

Strongly preferred:

- Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
- Enthusiasm for good software engineering practices
- Experience working with existing complex code bases
- Flexible out-of-the-box approach to addressing scientific problems
 

Schrodinger is an equal opportunity employer.
  https://chm.tbe.taleo.net/chm03/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=SCHRODINGER&cws=1&rid=245&org=SCHRODINGER
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