Postdoc in Theoretical and Computational Biophysics , USA

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Do you have the ability and ambition to take on a challenging project that can profoundly impact the future of science, technology and medicine? Funded through Revolutionary Genome Technology grants from the National Human Genome Research Institute, theoretical and computational biophysics group in Urbana, IL is looking for highly motivated and capable idual at your stage of career than any major metropolitan area.Qualifications: Candidates for this postdoctoral position must have a Ph.D. in the physical sciences, life science, or related disciplines, strong background in either biophysics, soft and condensed matter physics, or molecular simulations, and excellent oral- and written-communication skills. Candidates with prior experience in a computer-intensive research project, in particular, large-scale biomolecular simulations, are especially encouraged to apply.The University of Illinois is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, and welcomes applications from minority and women candidates.How to apply: Applications should be submitted electronically via will be reviewed on a weekly basis until the position is filled.Your application should include, in a PDF format:(1) A cover letter.(2) A curriculum vita.(3) A research statement, summarizing your past and ongoing research.(4) A publications list, including papers and preprints with their URLs. For any papers or preprints that are not readily available via the internet, applicants should upload electronic copies as ?supporting documents?.(5) Applicants should provide contact information for three references from whom letters of recommendation can be requested.References should be prepared to submit their letters of recommendation within three weeks from the request.Letters can be submitted electronically (PDF preferred), or, if necessary, mailed to the following address:Prof. Aleksei Aksimentiev Department of Physics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1110 West Green Street Urbana, IL 61801-3080, USA

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