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Date: Mon Jul 9 16:52:50 2018
Subject: 18.07.09 Post-doc, Computational Chemistry, Structural Genomics Consortium, Toronto
The Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) is a not-for-profit public-private-partnership
focused on pre-competitive drug discovery that supports the discovery of new 
medicines through open access research. Our chemical biology program has delivered 
over 60 high-quality chemical probes that are distributed to 5000 laboratories every 
year. These potent, specific, cell-active inhibitors have been used in over 3000 journal 
articles since 2011, and contributed to the launch of 30 clinical trials by 8 companies.

The SGC-Toronto laboratory, located in the MaRS Discovery District, downtown Toronto, 
has an open position for a computational chemist post-doctoral fellow to work with 
structural biologists, chemists, biochemists and cell biologists towards the development 
of chemical probes for target classes involved in epigenetic mechanisms and ubiquitin 
signalling. This position also includes the development of computational methods to 
systematically navigate/interrogate the PDB and analyze the structural chemistry of 
receptor-ligand interactions.

The candidate should have established a track-record of clear contributions to drug 
discovery projects, and have published his/her use of docking and free energy 
perturbation techniques in the progression of drug-like chemical series.

The position is available on October 1st 2018 but starting date is negotiable.
Send applications to matthieu.schapira,+,
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