Membrane Biophysics Postdoc in Los Alamos, New Mexico
What You Will Do
We are looking for an independent and creative individual with an excellent record to join our research efforts in modeling of complex biomolecular systems.
This postdoctoral position is available to work in the field of computational biophysics in the Theoretical Biology and Biophysics Group at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The successful candidate will take part in multiple projects that focus in dynamics of trans-membrane and membrane-associated proteins. Expertise in any of the following techniques is preferred: molecular dynamics simulations, coarse-graining approaches and enhanced sampling methods.
What You Need
Education: PhD in related field completed within the last 5 years or soon to be completed.
Notes to Applicants: For further information please contact:GNANA@LANL.GOV
Position does not require a security clearance. Selected candidates will be subject to drug testing and other pre-employment background checks. to ensure candidates selected for specific positions can successfully perform the requirements of the job.
New-Employment Drug Test: The Laboratory requires successful applicants to complete a new-employment drug test and maintains a substance abuse policy that includes random drug testing.
Candidates may be considered for a Director's Fellowship and outstanding candidates may be considered for the prestigious Marie Curie, Richard P. Feynman, J. Robert Oppenheimer, or Frederick Reines Fellowships.
For general information to go to Postdoc Program.
Los Alamos National Laboratory is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse and inclusive workforce. All employment practices are based on qualification and merit, without regards to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or preference, marital status or spousal affiliation, physical or mental disability, medical conditions, pregnancy, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, or citizenship within the limits imposed by federal laws and regulations.
Req ID: IRC61369.