Working Title: Research Scientist

Position Type: Professional Research Staff

Department: Department of Molecular Phys and Biological Physics

Location: Charlottesville

Posting Date: 06-30-2016

Posting Summary: The Minor lab in the Department of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics at the University of Virginia School of Medicine seeks a Research Scientist. The successful candidate will conduct cutting edge research related to data management in structural biology to include performing new research related to the analysis of protein structures and software development for the maintenance and analysis of structural data. The extensive work on web development frameworks and WEB interfaces to databases is essential part of the work. The incumbent will also maintain hardware and software on the high-end data servers and perform Unix/Linux system management and database programming in Unix environment.

The highly motivated candidate must have an M.Sc. with significant experience or a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Biophysics, or a related field. The good knowledge of structure determination as documented by at least 3 PDB deposits is essential. The knowledge of advanced database programming in Linux/Unix environment and Linux internals is critical. Knowledge of advanced laboratory management systems like LabDB, knowledge of Django as well as structure determination systems like HKL-3000 is a big plus.

To apply, visit and search for Posting Number 0618948. Complete a Candidate Profile on-line, attach curriculum vitae, cover letter and contact information for three references. The position will remain open until filled. For information about the posting please contact Eric Foston by email at: ebf2v@Virginia.EDU

The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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