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Subject: 19.03.25 Computational Chemist Post Doc Position, and Bioinformatics/Computer Programmer in Machine Learning, OPEN at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC, USA
Post Doc Position OPEN in Computational Chemistry, and Bioinformatics/Computer Programmer in Machine Learning, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC, USA 

Computational Chemistry Position:
Seeking highly talented and motivated people for the research projects include docking simulations, application of in-house developed methods to the drug screening, toxicology assessments, molecular dynamics simulations, development of new computational methods, and systems pharmacology. 

Qualifications:
- PhD or Masters degree in the field of Computational Chemistry, Computational Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, or closely related discipline.
- Desire to work independently in a lab project
- Desire to work collaboratively in multiple projects in teams composed of members with expertise in medicine, biology, and medicinal chemistry for the shared resource activities.

Required Skills:
Previous experience in molecular docking, MD simulations, QSAR, molecular modeling, toxicology, and software packages such as Schrodinger, AMBER is desired. Strong theoretical knowledge is a plus. Experience in PYTHON, JAVA, C++, and Shell scripting is plus. 

Bioinformatics/Computer Programmer Position:
Seeking highly talented and motivated people for the bioinformatics projects include further development of machine learning based coding for the toxicology, modernize in-house developed chemical and clinical informatics database, automation of in-house developed computational methods spanning computational chemistry to systems biology. 

Qualifications:
-	Masters degree or PhD. in the field of computer science, bioinformatics, computational biology, or closely related discipline

-	Desire to work independently and desire to work collaboratively for the other shared resource activities.

Desired skills:
-	Previous experience in computer programming mainly python, bioinformatics, chemo-informatics and computational chemistry. 
-	Experience in Python, Javascript, and website design (HTML/CSS). responsible for scaling, parallelizing, and optimizing database data search and retrieval. Experience in web-based database development front/Back-end, responsible for rebuilding web based database into a modern web-framework, as well as customizing the front-end (web user interface). 
-	Experience in one or more SQL languages, and data processing and optimization on mid-to-high data loads. Responsible for hardware setup, networking support, software deployment and configuration in a Linux environment. 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the best candidacy position is filled.
The appointment is available initially for one year, and may be renewable depending upon performance.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter with a brief description of research interests, programming experience, a detailed CV, and names of 2-3 references. 

All materials are to be sent in PDF format by e-mail to Dr. Sivanesan Dakshanamurthy at sd233*georgetown.edu with Computational Chemistry Position or Bioinformatics/Computer Programmer Position in the subject line.
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