Re: [AMBER] Job Opening in the Laboratory of Computational Biology, NIH

From: Daniel Roe via AMBER <>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2022 12:31:39 -0400

Hi All,

Just a quick update: the new point of contact for this position is Dr.
Richard Venable, Laboratory of Computational Biology,


Daniel R. Roe, Ph. D.
Staff Scientist
Bethesda, MD

On Thu, Jul 28, 2022 at 8:45 AM Daniel Roe <> wrote:
> The Laboratory of Computational Biology within the National Heart,
> Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) at the National Institutes of Health
> (NIH) has an open position for a Staff Scientist. The laboratory, led
> by Dr. Bernard Brooks, Ph.D., is a group of researchers on the
> Bethesda, Maryland campus who use high-performance computing and
> macromolecular simulation to investigate problems in biophysics and
> chemistry.
> The laboratory is seeking to hire one Staff Scientist to perform a
> mixture of computational science and collaborative computational
> scientific support mainly for junior lab members. The selected
> candidate’s assignments will be determined by LCB program needs and
> the individual’s research interests and skills. The fraction of effort
> for science vs. support is negotiable, but both are expected to result
> in peer-reviewed publications. The selectee will develop and refine
> computational models and methods to further the LCB scientific mission
> across a variety of scientific disciplines. The selectee will also
> develop, maintain, and support software used in the center as well as
> assist others with scientific computing needs. This task will include
> further developing methods and software for high performance computing
> resources such as the LCB’s LoBoS system (
> and other computational resources used by the laboratory.
> Applicants must have a Ph.D. and be actively engaged in research.
> Applicants should also possess familiarity with Linux, GPUs, networks,
> and storage systems used in scientific computing. To apply, please
> send your curriculum vitae, cover letter, and the names and addresses
> of three
> references to: Mary Cornio, Laboratory of Computational Biology, at
> See the attached flyer for more details.
> Sincerely,
> Daniel R. Roe, Ph. D.
> Staff Scientist
> Bethesda, MD

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