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Position: Senior Scientist, Computational Structural Biology Bioinformatics
Institution: Genentech, Inc.
Location: South San Francisco, California, United States
Duties: Our department offers a highly interdisciplinary environment for drug discovery and biomedical research, with state-of-the-art resources and unparalleled opportunities for scientific collaboration. We integrate macromolecular crystallography, cryoEM, and NMR spectroscopy to drive drug discovery and uncover fundamental biology. We explore the structural and functional properties of proteins of therapeutic interest and their interactions with diverse ligands. We collaborate with scientists throughout the Research organization to advance both traditional small molecule and protein-based drug discovery, as well as to pursue basic research questions regarding protein structure and function
Requirements: Ph.D. in bioinformatics, biochemistry, biophysics, computer science, protein engineering and/or structural biology; Productive postdoctoral-level training and/or industry experience are highly desirable; Track record of successful collaboration; Passionate about using structural biology and creative computational methods to enable drug discovery
   
Text: Senior Scientist, Computational Structural Biology Bioinformatics Our department offers a highly interdisciplinary environment for drug discovery and biomedical research, with state-of-the-art resources and unparalleled opportunities for scientific collaboration. We integrate macromolecular crystallography, cryoEM, and NMR spectroscopy to drive drug discovery and uncover fundamental biology. We explore the structural and functional properties of proteins of therapeutic interest and their interactions with diverse ligands. We collaborate with scientists throughout the Research organization to advance both traditional small molecule and protein-based drug discovery, as well as to pursue basic research questions regarding protein structure and function Ph.D. in bioinformatics, biochemistry, biophysics, computer science, protein engineering and/or structural biology; Productive postdoctoral-level training and/or industry experience are highly desirable; Track record of successful collaboration; Passionate about using structural biology and creative computational methods to enable drug discovery
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