[phenixbb] 2 positions around XChem-related compound design

Frank von Delft frank.vondelft at sgc.ox.ac.uk
Wed Apr 24 08:29:38 PDT 2019

Dear all, I have two open to work on fragment/XChem-related methodology 
for structure-based compound design.

Team Leader (applications close next *Weds 1st May*):  full ad here 

    /We are recruiting an experienced computational chemist or
    scientific programmer, to head the Fragalysis project for automating
    fragment hit progression, part of the XChem collaboration between
    SGC and Diamond...  The //Fragalysis
    <https://fragalysis.diamond.ac.uk/>//project leader will be tasked
    with converting the existing proof-of-concept tool into a
    production-level system that is routinely usable for analysing XChem
    results and designing and acquiring follow-up compounds. This will
    entail setting the scientific direction and priorities of the
    project through close and continuous interaction with expert and
    novice users; coordinating a growing team of scientific programmers
    and contractors; liaising with and expanding a wide and
    international set of collaborators and contributors; securing
    further funding for the project; helping supervise students; and
    developing specific methodologies of their own./

Postdoc (closing *Weds 15th May*):  full advert here 
this is a summary:

    /This role will be tasked with the design and acquisition of
    follow-up compounds based on fragment screening hits from the Target
    Enabling Package (//www.thesgc.org/tep
    <http://www.thesgc.org/tep>//) and Ultra-DD (//www.ultra-dd.org
    <http://www.ultra-dd.org>//) programs. The successful candidate will
    coordinate experimental validation of the newly designed compounds
    with collaborating scientists in order to progress them towards
    potent molecules.


Prof Frank von Delft
Associate Professor Principal Investigator: Protein Crystallography
Structural Genomics Consortium
Oxford University
+44 1865 617583 (office: W,F)

Principal Beamline Scientist: I04-1
Diamond Light Source
+44 1235 778997 (office: M,T,T)
+44 7471 026103 (mobile)
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