Seeking a collaborative and innovative scientist to join the Quantitative Cellular Pharmacology team. Looking for a candidate that is self-motivated with a strong foundation in cell biology and/or biochemistry and have experience with cell-based/biochemical assays.
The candidate will be responsible for developing human disease-relevant assays to understand and address the underlying cause of serious life-threatening diseases.
Lead the development of cell-based and/or biochemical assays for small molecule discovery as a key member of discovery project teams
Execute cell based and/or biochemical assays supporting medicinal chemistry optimization, characterize our lead molecules in in vitro/in vivo models of human disease and meet deliverables for preclinical development projects
Develop innovative approaches to small molecule discovery based on the latest technologies and publications in the field
Identify and evaluate new technologies to improve efficiency and processes
PhD (or equivalent degree) in a relevant discipline (Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, Biochemistry or related Biological Sciences) and 0-5 years of productive, relevant industry or postdoctoral experience in cell-based and/or biochemical assays to lead discovery, optimization and characterization
Strong understanding of Cell Biology and expertise in cell-based and/or biochemical assay development
Self-motivation, independence, organization, effective communication and presentation skills