Computational Structural Biologist (Senior Scientist)

Computational Structural Biologist (Senior Scientist)
  • Competitive
  • Permanent
  • Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK CB22 3AT Cambridge Cambridgeshire UK CB22 3AT
Job Ref: J36593
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Biotech/Life Sciences
Date Added: 23 June 2020
Computational Structural Biologist (Senior Scientist) Permanent Cambridge

Computational Structural Biologist (Senior Scientist)Permanent CambridgeCompetitive salary & benefits

SRG is thrilled to be supporting an expanding and innovative Biotechnology client. Having spun out of Cambridge university, our client focuses on the research and development of drugs for Oncology and other disease models.

Their research centres around the use of novel engineered proteins, which have the ability to target tumour cells and overcome the many challenges other approaches have faced. Using this technology, our client has built and created an impressive drug discovery pipeline and is now looking to expand the teams to support their ongoing projects and company growth.

Reporting into the Senior Leadership team, you will hold a PhD or equivalent in a related subject with proven experience of protein design, molecular modelling and simulations.

You will also have hands on experience of using software programmes such as Rosetta and have a good knowledge and understanding of protein and peptide structures and the skills to model novel and hybrid protein structures.

Ideal candidates will have up to date knowledge of molecular modelling trends and ideally used their skills in an industrial setting.

Candidates must demonstrate effective communication skills and have the ability to build strong collaborations with internal and external stakeholders. Given the varied projects and workload, candidates must also demonstrate the ability to work with a sense of urgency while also maintain accuracy.

To discuss this rare opportunity further, please contact Philippa Clark on 01223 607853 or email

23/07/2020 16:16:20
Contact Consultant:
Philippa Clark

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