This position within our company’s Computational and Structural Chemistry (CSC) Department will support drug discovery through the use of atomic resolution macromolecular X-ray crystallography and single particle CryoEM to determine the structures of therapeutically important drug targets to accelerate the discovery of new medicines.
The successful candidate will join our growing structural biology team at our West Point, Pennsylvania site, and will be responsible for all aspects of the experimental process from sample preparation and data collection through data processing, structure elucidati, and effective communication of structural analyses with key stakeholders. Additionally, the candidate will work proactively with colleagues in Discovery Chemistry, Protein Sciences, and the global CSC network, and will also be expected to identify and manage internal and external scientific partnerships as necessary.
Productive and collaborative interactions with other members of our global, cross-functional department are required.
Inclusive and collaborative use of internal expertise and resources will be essential to success. The successful candidate is expected to foster and contribute to a diverse workforce where colleagues and partners feel comfortable bringing their unique perspectives to work.
The position requires active interaction with the external scientific community to continually improve scientific understanding, including presentations at external meetings.
There is an expectation for periodic travel to other locations.
Minimum required education:
Ph.D. in structural biology, biochemistry, or related field.
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