NMR Computational Science positions in New York City

The group of Bruce Johnson  ( https://asrc.gc.cuny.edu/people/bruce-johnson/ ) at the  CUNY ASRC Structural Biology Initiative  (https://asrc.gc.cuny.edu/structbio/ ) has available positions for individuals with experience in software development and NMR.  Positions can be filled as computational scientists or post-doctoral fellows. The positions are available immediately.

The successful applicants would be involved in several specific NMR related projects.  These projects include development of integrated software, including deep learning technologies,  for NMR analysis ( https://nmrfx.org ), development of new software for macromolecular dynamics by NMR ( http://comdnmr.nysbc.org ) and new software tools for  the structural biology of RNA from the HIV virus. All projects will involve the production of state of the art software that will be used by an international audience of scientists.  The position is primarily computational, but excellent NMR resources are available ( 600, 700 and 800 MHz in the ASRC, and multiple instruments up to 900 MHz at the NYSBC  https://nysbc.org ).

The position will be located at The City University of New York's newest facility, the Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC).  The center builds on the success of the University's rich past with the goal of becoming a leader in visionary scientific research in the future. Focusing on the fields of Structural Biology, Nanotechnology, Photonics, Neuroscience, and Environmental Sciences, the ASRC will operate as a nucleus of a University-wide science enterprise, fostering the development of an integrated research network that brings together faculty, students, and post-doctoral fellows from CUNY's colleges across the five boroughs. The ASRC is located, along with the New York Structural Biology Center, on the campus of the City College of New York (CCNY).   The ASRC, NYSBC and CCNY together provide an environment with state of the art research and instrumentation in structural biology including NMR, X-Ray Crystallography and CryoEM.

If you are interested, contact me by email for more information

Bruce Johnson

Sr. Research Director - Computational Sciences
Structural Biology Initiative
CUNY Advanced Science Research Center
New York, NY
Email bjohnson@gc.cuny.edu