6500! That’s the number of associates in the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR). This division is the innovation engine of Novartis, focusing on powerful new technologies that have the potential to help produce therapeutic breakthroughs for patients.
PK Sciences (PKS) is a global organization of about 300 associates, situated within Translational Medicine (TM), the clinical research arm of NIBR. PK Sciences plays a pivotal role in bringing innovative medicines to patients, by building on research advances to develop new therapies, bridging drug discovery and clinical application. PK Science is an enterprise organization, working across both NIBR and the Global Drug Development (GDD) organizations to advance the scientific knowledge of pharmacokinetics, metabolism and clinical pharmacology.
In the role of Investigator III, Discovery Bioanalytical Sciences within PKS you will:
Analyze samples in the laboratory, evaluate and interpret bioanalytical data and results from Discovery Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamics (PK/PD) studies primarily on biologics, cell and gene therapy drug candidates across all therapeutic areas.
Independently develop new technological and scientific processes or approaches, incorporating latest technologies and knowledge into research activities to achieve efficient and timely fit for purpose bioanalytical results to discovery scientist partners.
Participate in teams together with scientists from other units in Novartis and with external partners to evaluate pharmacodynamic properties of drug discovery candidate molecules
Support Novartis drug development goals by setting strategy, designing and implementing scientific and technological processes to achieve platform goals, and directing activities of group members to achieve results
Represent team and results to internal groups, provide detailed study reports to include Non-Compartmental Analysis, and publish and present at external meetings
#/video#] JOB REQUIREMENTS: What you will bring to this role:
A PhD and post-doctoral training in a relevant scientific discipline plus a minimum of 4 years post-graduate experience. Some industry experience preferred.
Understanding of principals of bioanalytical analysis, with specific expertise in ligand binding testing and an understanding of cell based assays.
Demonstrate creativity and resourcefulness in applying new bioanalytical methodologies and techniques
Possesses and maintains an exceptional scientific expertise in bioanalysis by reviewing current literature and technical trends, both internal and external to discipline, that could impact projects
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