Undergraduate Intern Positions
Professor Brooks has openings for interns at the undergraduate level to work with senior postdoctoral associates on programming projects to develop "glue" software for molecular modeling and simulation. Ideal candidates will have significant experience in one or all of the following areas: C/C++, Perl, HTML/PHP. The interns will help to develop software tools and user interfaces for software aimed toward the refinement of atomic level structures into low-resolution experimental data from cryo-electron microscopy. No prior experience in the specific application area necessary as direction and objectives will be defined in consultation with Professor Brooks and his senior associates.
Pre and Post-doctoral positions
Professor Brooks has openings for Pre- and Post-doctoral Associates in his research group in the area of theoretical and computational chemistry and biophysics. The particular research foci within his group include free energy calculations for drug design, protein folding and modeling of large structures and aggregates. Candidates with exceptional records of accomplishment in theoretical chemistry/physics, preferably involving the application of statistical mechanics and computer simulation methods to biomolecular systems are encouraged to apply. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply for their own support from NSF, NIH, NATO, or other sources, although independent support is not a requirement.
Qualified applicants should send a CV and at least 3 letters of recommendation by mail or email to:
Professor Charles L. Brooks III
Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Professor of Chemistry and Biophysics
Department of Chemistry and Biophysics Program
930 N. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
To assist in obtaining your own support, check the following sources for fellowship support.