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    Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow
    National Center for Biomedical Computation
    Department of Bioengineering
    Stanford University

    The National Center for Physics-Based Simulation of Biological
    Structures ( is seeking applicants for
    two Simbios Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowships. Simbios, part of
    the Bio-X initiative and located in the James Clark Center at
    Stanford University, is funded by the National Institutes of Health
    to build a biomedical-computing infrastructure. Our center's mission
    is to apply physics-based simulation to biological problems of
    relevance to human health and disease, and to exchange methods,
    models, and data with other researchers, a mission supported by our
    growing software infrastructure SimTK ( Initial
    biological problems include RNA dynamics, myosin mechanics, and
    neuromuscular biomechanics. We are searching for energetic,
    outstanding individuals in the area of physics-based simulation to
    study the dynamics and function of biological structures. The ideal
    candidate will have independent research skills, a strong background
    in simulation, and will make significant contributions to the Simbios
    National Center. Applicants should send a letter containing a
    statement of interest, curriculum vitae, copies of one or two
    representative publications, and complete contact information for
    three references, to SimbiosSearch, Clark Center Mailcode 5448,
    Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305; or via electronic mail to

    Scott L. Delp, Ph.D.
    Professor and Chair
    Bioengineering Department
    Stanford University