FAST is looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking intern, ready for new challenges!

The intern will support the Advanced Solutions Center (ASCENT) unit with research tasks, undertaking data collection for qualitative and quantitative research aimed at exploring original scientific hypotheses in molecular and computational biology. The intern will be engaged in protein modeling, protein-ligand docking and molecular dynamics studies using specialized software programs. The project will be focused on drug design and discovery using computational biology approaches. The intern will be assigned a supervisor who will identify project goals and learning outcomes, inspire, mentor and support his/her professional development.

Please note that the internship program is unpaid.

Key Skills and Qualifications

  • Good knowledge of programming languages,
  • Background in any field of life sciences is desirable,
  • Good command of English,
  • Good research and data compilation skills,
  • Good document management and detail-orientation,
  • Ability to act independently and work with team members of all levels.

Application Procedure

All interested candidates are kindly requested to submit their CVs by email to Please indicate “Computational Biology Intern” in the subject line of your email. FAST is grateful to all interested applicants; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the interview.