We are looking for a senior postdoctoral researcher to join the
Immunoinformatics section of the Oxford Protein Informatics Group (
https:// opig.stats.ox.ac.uk/). This is an exciting opportunity to join one of
the leading groups in the development of novel methods in the analysis and
design of antibodies/nanobodies and TCRs. In the area of immunoinformatics the
Oxford Protein Informatics Group has developed a large number of world-leading
computational methods. These tools are open source and freely available to all
users, academic and commercial. The post-holder will become part of this team.
We need you to either hold a Ph.D/D.Phil with significant post-qualification
research experience in computational chemistry, structural
biology/bioinformatics, statistics, machine learning, computer science or
mathematics or other relevant area (grade 8) or have submitted for final
examination or close to submission (grade 7). You will have programming
experience in machine learning. Your track record will include applying
computational methodology to complex problems.
We are seeking an outstanding individual who has the potential to become a
leader in the field of immunoinformatics and who would like to work in an
exciting dynamic research group.
Queries about this post should be addressed to Professor Charlotte Deane:
This post is fixed-term for two years with the possibility of a two year
Only applications received before 12.00 midday on Monday 10th October 2022
will be considered.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 26th or Friday 28th October.
Contact Person : HR Administrator Vacancy ID : 160023
Contact Phone : Closing Date & Time : 10-Oct-2022 12:00
Pay Scale : STANDARD GRADE 8 Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary (£) : £43,414- £51,805 per annum
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