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MECHELEN - BELGIUM

blocks.png  Therapeutic Area Lead - Autoimmune Diseases,  MEC-154

Job description

The "Therapeutic Area Lead Autoimmune Diseases" will be responsible for leading a set of projects in the autoimmune portfolio from target discovery stage up to pre-clinical candidate delivery. Innovation and in-depth scientific insights are expected to be key drivers in the approach taken by the Leader for selecting targets and progressing projects to success through the design of critical testing cascades. The Lead will be operating internally in a matrix-type environment, and will take a central position in coordinating the activities of several departments ranging from in vitro through in vivo pharmacology. The application of concepts which increase probability of success, such as e.g. biomarkers and other translational activities, will be strongly encouraged. The Lead will also manage interactions with external experts in the field as well as the contacts with alliance partners collaborating on specific projects. Besides the management of projects, the Lead will also play a central role in the maintenance of a high-quality knowledge environment within the area, through the interaction with KOLs, attending congresses and following up literature closely. Building a clear view on the competitive environment in an area is part of the knowledge to be gathered in the area. The continued scientific support to projects in the development phase represents another element of the position. This leader is expected to deliver on the preset objectives in the area described above, within a defined budget. He will report to the Therapeutic Area Head, Autoimmune Diseases.
 

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LEIDEN - THE NETHERLANDS

blocks.png  Scientist Cell Biology, LEI-044

Job description

You will be performing top-level target discovery and validation research in the field of fibrosis. In particular, you will set up various fibrosis-relevant assays and use high content imaging as well as other experimental techniques to study the effects of RNAi and compounds on TGF-β signaling processes. All this is done in a team-oriented, result-driven, international research environment that provides an excellent career opportunity for motivated scientists. This position is within the Framework of the “Marie-Curie Initial Training Networks” for a fixed 18 months term with a fixed living allowance as well as mobility allowance. Training opportunities will take place within the network, where about 25-30% of the full time appointment will be dedicated to inter-partner secondments.

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blocks.png  Associate Scientist Metabolic Disorders - Target Discovery & Validation (m/f) full time, LEI-043

Job description

This position gives you the opportunity to work in an exciting and dynamic environment of a well- known successful international biotech company. You will be part of a team that is developing cellular assays in human beta cells and/or adipocytes to identify new drug targets/ small molecules in the field of metabolic disorders.

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ROMAINVILLE - FRANCE

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ZAGREB - CROATIA

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