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Date: Fri Apr 13 09:07:48 2018
Subject: 18.04.13 Two 12 month internships, Computer-Aided Drug Design at UCB at Slough in the UK
Two 12 month internships, Computer-Aided Drug Design
UCB, recently recognised as the best employer with the Cogent Life
Science Awards , is a fast growing global biopharmaceutical company
with an investment of more than 25% of revenue in cutting-edge
scientific research to meet unmet patient needs. We have a
passionate, long-term commitment to discovering and developing
innovative medicines that transform the lives of people with severe diseases.
The successful candidates will join the Computer-Aided Drug Discovery
(CADD) group, within the Chemistry Department, and be based at our
Slough research site in the UK. Both roles will be hands on molecular
modelling jobs, involving a range of modelling and computational
techniques. Some on the job training will be provided but we expect
the successful candidates will hit the ground running. The contract
will be 12 months in duration, and funded by the French Volunteering
for International Experience (VIE) scheme. 
Qualifications, skills and experience
We would very much like to hear from people with a postgraduate
degree in molecular modelling, structural bioinformatics or closely
related subject. All candidates need to be eligible for the VIE
scheme and be able to speak and write English fluently.
Position 1
	Programming, preferably in Python 
	Linux usage and scripting
	Molecular dynamics experience 

Position 2
	Structural bioinformatics or/and molecular dynamics experience 
	Linux usage and scripting
	Knowledge of protein crystallography
	Knowledge of organic chemistry 
	Protein-ligand and/or protein-protein docking experience

EU residency is required for these positions.
Application process
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