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Graduate Student Researcher - Multiscale Modeling of Protein-Protein Interactions

September 27, 2017

Multiscale Modeling of Protein-Protein Interactions

Project Summary
The work in my group combines chemistry, biology, and physics to understand how proteins interact with each other and what that means inside of a cell. We use high performance computing to simulate important processes such membrane remodeling, protein misfolding, protein aggregation. At the group website you can find more information about some of the projects in the group.

Qualifications:
Interest in biophysics and computer simulation Useful skills (not required) -Unix, python, statistical analysis, data visualization Job Responsibilities: Students will help design research projects, setup and perform simulations, and analyze the results. Students will also help write and present results from this work.

Job Responsibilities:
Students will help design research projects, setup and perform simulations, and analyze the results. Students will also help write and present results from this work.

Recruiting Information
Position Status: Open
Level: Graduate
Semesters Recruiting: Fall, Spring, Summer
Campus(es): Queens
Type of Position: Unpaid

Interested in this Job?

If you are interested in this research opportunity, contact Frank Vázquez at 718-990-8092 or e-mail vazquef1@stjohns.edu