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    Opportunity: Principal Bioinformatician -- Respiratory and Cancer Immunology @ A global computational biology and digital sciences team -- Germany
    Submitted by Eugene McDaid; posted on Wednesday, September 09, 2020

    Submitter

    BACKGROUND

    This is a great opportunity for a talented and driven individual to join a global computational biology and digital sciences team looking to turn data into insights for the discovery and evaluation of new therapeutic concepts in Discovery Research.

    We are looking for a principal scientist for the respiratory and cancer-immunology research team. You will be part of global team supporting therapeutic areas with high-class computational and genomic analysis in their effort to provide novel, first-in class therapeutics to improve patient's health.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • As Principal Scientist, you are responsible for stakeholder management.
    • Conceive and manage the implementation of data-driven solutions to support target identification, target-driven research and the presentation of results to your stakeholders and the TA and Global Computational Biology and Digital Science (GCBDS) management board.
    • Design, establish, maintain and control internal / external collaborations in data-driven biomedical and pharmaceutical research.
    • Guide expert-level computational scientists, Post-Docs and PhD students and perform your own numeric implementations.
    • Generate data-driven biological hypotheses that can be successfully tested experimentally and that provide an upside potential to our drug target Pipeline.

    REQUIREMENTS

    • Doctoral degree in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, (Bio)physics/Mathematics, Biochemistry/Biology or similar with strong quantitative focus and excellent programming skills. Alternatively master's degree with several years of long-term proficiency in an international Environment.
    • Established reputation in the field of computational biology, systems biology or alike including a network of national and international collaborations.
    • Experience in scientific leadership including the successful supervision of post-Doc and PhD students.
    • Good programming skills (R/Bioconductor and/or Python preferred).
    • A high-class publication record including several senior authorship publications.
    • Experience in analysing next-generation sequencing data sets using network biology, pathway enrichment and integrated omics analyses.

    ABOUT US

    Global Computational Biology and Digital Sciences is turning data into insights for the discovery and evaluation of new therapeutic concepts in Discovery Research. Working across the Innovation Unit, gCBDS is pioneering the applications of emerging digital technologies in order to enable discovery and development of new medicines driven by data and digital tools.

    COMPENSATION

    This is a highly challenging, strategic role offering a competitive remuneration package and some great benefits such as life insurance, pension, bonus scheme and relocation allowance.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Please do not hesitate to contact Harvey Uppal at huppal[at]pararecruit.com or call (+44) 121 616 3407 to discuss this opportunity further.

    Keywords: Principal, Scientist, Bioinformatics, Computational, Biology, Pharma, Genomics, Human, Genetics, Transcriptomics, RNA, Single, Cell, Omics, Oncology, Cancer, Respiratory, Immunology, Pipelines, NGS, Python, Germany

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