|CCL 18.05.24 Exciting job offers to study RNA and RNPs (biochemistry, crystallography, modeling)|
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Subject: 18.05.24 Exciting job offers to study RNA and RNPs (biochemistry, crystallography, modeling)
Exciting job offers to study RNA and RNPs biochemistry / crystallography / modeling We offer a career in an interdisciplinary and international team for junior scientists (PhD candidates and postdocs)interested in studying RNA structures and interactions Bujnicki group, IIMCB in Warsaw, Poland About us: We study RNA structure and RNA interactions with other molecules (in particular with proteins and with small organic ligands). The common theme of our work is the combination of theory and experiment. We are an interdisciplinary team, where software developers meet with experimental biologists, and high-throughput data analysis combines with sophisticated studies of individual biomolecules. We develop methods for modeling 3D structure and dynamics of biomolecules, examples include GeneSilico metaserver for protein structure prediction, ModeRNA and SimRNA, for modeling RNA 3D structures, and NPDock and PyRy3D for modeling of complexes. Check out http://genesilico.pl We used to focus on protein structure prediction and we were very successful in the CASP competition. Currently we take part in RNA Puzzles and are one of the most successful RNA modeling teams there. Computational predictions are of course validated experimentally in our lab. We are constantly expanding the scope of experimental techniques used. In particular, we have recently engaged in experimental structure determination. We are using X-ray crystallography and SAXS and extending our work to include other techniques such as AFM and cryoEM. The interpretation of experimental data is combined with molecular modeling, which benefits from computer software developed in our group. Check out our publications at http://genesilico.pl/publications Our group is in IIMCB in Warsaw (http://iimcb.gov.pl), the top-ranked (A+) Polish research institute, with cutting-edge equipment and facilities, in particular for bioinformatics (in-house computing cluster), experimental molecular and structural biology. IIMCB provides support for science commercialization, development of spin-off companies etc. IIMCB is an equal opportunity employer and holds 'HR Excellence in Research' logo for the implementation of the provisions of the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers. We have a number of open positions, mostly for PhD students and postdocs, funded by several grants. We offer different opportunities for candidates with different skills and interests: - Computer programers (in particular those interested in programing in Python and C/C++) - Developers of databases and web servers - Molecular modelers - Experimental biochemists, biophysicists, and structural biologists Requirements (check out http://genesilico.pl/employment for specific conditions of different positions): Degree in computer science, biology, chemistry, physics or related area For theoreticians: experience in software development or in molecular modeling of proteins and/or RNA For experimentalists: experience in structural biology, biochemistry, and/or biophysics of proteins and/or RNA Priority will be given to candidates with expertise most relevant to the project and to the profile of the laboratory We offer: Positions with 100% focus on research (no teaching obligations) Participation in courses, scientific training, support from peers Academic mentoring (e.g., individual Thesis Advisory Committee for PhD students, career advice for all stages) Competitive funding (different conditions for different positions), possibilities for additional funds Benefits including reduced-rate for an individual medical care package and membership in MultiSport program
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