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The informatics group at the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) is seeking a creative, self-motivated post-doctoral scientist to work on development of new algorithms for prediction of (i) protein-ligand interactions, (ii) chemical...
The NCATSInformatics group is looking for a post-doctoral scientist to work on machine learning methods within Pharos, an interface tothe Illuminating the Druggable Genome (IDG) knowledgebase. Theposition will involve method development in the areas of knowledge...
The NCATSInformatics group is looking for a post-doctoral scientist to work on methodology development forthe analysis and visualization of drug combination screening data. Currently, the NCATS Matrix Screening Platform has screened more than 65,000 combinations...

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The NCATSInformatics group is looking for a post-doctoral scientist to work on methodology development forthe analysis and visualization of drug combination screening data. Currently, the NCATS Matrix Screening Platform has screened more than 65,000 combinations...
We have recently developed NCATSFind: a Firefox add-on to help users resolve web content to real chemical structures.The goal is to make discovering, displaying and downloading chemical structures as simple as possible:Select some content from a page: namecodeimageResolve...
Motivated by the recent renewed interest in substructure searching in the literature, we recently develop a proof-of-concept, self-contained substructure searching engine that can scale to large databases with modest hardware requirements. The current prototype...

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I have a post-doc opening in the Informatics group at NCATS, to work on computational aspects of high throughput combination screening – topics will include predicting drug combination response, visualizing large combination screens (> 5000 combinations)...
A few of my recent projects have involved the use of MongoDB, primarily for the ease afforded by a schemaless environment. Sometime back I had investigated the use of MongoDB to store chemical structure data, though those efforts did not actually query structures...
With the profusion of chemical information on the web in the form of chemical names, images of structures, specific codes (InChI etc), its sometimes very useful to be able to seamlessly retrieve some extra information while browsing a page that contains such...