Looking forward to apply your academic knowledge in an industrial setting? Here is a great opportunity to work at the front edge of collaboration between university research and commercial application. The CABD in collaboration with CITRE, a Bristol-Myers Squibb Company is offering a postdoctoral
position on the groundbreaking topic of targeted protein degradation, in the context of an academic-industrial research collaboration. The project involves studying and understanding fundamental aspects of targeted protein degradation, involving molecular glue and heterobifunctional degraders (aka PROTACs) of enormous therapeutic potential. We are looking for a talented scientist with:
•PhD in a relevant discipline, such as structural biology, computational biology, bioinformatics or related fields, accompanied by original research publications. Experience in understanding protein structures and sequences from a computational perspective, combined with a strong interest in evolution and fundamental principles. Strong expertise in scripting and programming (e.g. R, Python, C++ or others), machine/deep learning and methods development experience is a plus.
•Attention to detail and capacity to communicate technical/scientific concepts clearly and concisely to audiences of varied backgrounds.
•Verbal and written English language fluency.
The position will be shared between the CABD and CITRE in Seville, Spain. Please send a short motivation letter, CV and 2 contacts for references to Alejandro Panjkovich and Damien Devos at
damienpdevos at gmail.com and Alejandro.Panjkovich at bms.com.