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We are seeking a creative, self-motivated computational chemist with exceptional interpersonal and problem-solving skills to join the Computational and Structural Chemistry (CSC) department in Boston, MA, US.
CSC is a diverse and inclusive team of approximately 110 computational chemists, informaticians, structural scientists, mass spectrometrists, biophysicists, and protein scientists who employ state of the art capabilities to drive drug design. We are an integral arm of both discovery and process chemistry and collaborate seamlessly with teams across the globe to invent better molecules faster. The successful candidate will join discovery teams both locally and across our network to collaboratively invent novel therapeutics by applying advanced computational techniques and developing innovative computational methods.
Key responsibilities will include:
Design and optimization of drug candidates using advanced computational techniques as a member of discovery teams
Advancing our modeling capabilities through invention and implementation of new methodology
Enabling a design-driven and predict-first culture in colleagues and collaborations
Contributing to the overall success of CSC and our company’s Chemistry by sharing knowledge, workflows, and being invested in the success of your peers
We recognize that the diversity in our team is our strength and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Successful candidates must demonstrate inclusive behaviors in working with a diverse group of scientists to drive our core mission.
Education Minimum Requirement:
Ph.D. (or will receive Ph.D. by Spring 2022) or M.S. in chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics, computer science, or equivalent with a computational emphasis
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