Research Fellow (m/f) (20-12-10)

University of Warwick (Reino Unido)

University of Warwick - Warwick Systems Biology Centre

£27,319 - £35,646 pa (Appointments are usually made on the first point of the salary range)

Fixed Term Contract for 3 years

Warwick Systems Biology Centre is seeking a highly creative and motivated research fellow to participate in a Leverhulme Trust funded research project. The project is on the analysis of protein energetics and protein folding using statistical machine learning and Bayesian computation.

You should have a Ph.D. in computational biophysics/biochemistry or a relevant quantitative field such as theoretical physics, applied mathematics, statistics etc and a strong interest in molecular biology. Programming skills in C are essential and previous experience in any of the following would be advantageous: stochastic computation/simulation, Bayesian methods, protein structure and folding.

Further scientific details can be found at

For informal discussions, please contact Prof. David Wild (

You should include a full CV and accompanying letter outlining your interests and previous work with your application form.

Candidates are also invited for a related 3 year PhD studentship in Systems Biology. Suitably qualified candidates for the studentship may apply online at

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An application form must be completed if you wish to be considered for this post.

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Please quote job vacancy reference number 70465-120.

The closing date/time for applications is midnight (British time) at the end of Friday 07 January 2011.

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(Publicado em a 17-12-10)

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