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Scientist - in vivo pharmacology (permanent) Reference M0025
We currently have an opening for an experienced in vivo scientist to join our pharmacology team. The successful candidate will be involved in the day-to-day running and delivery of key preclinical in vivo assays and associated activities to aid selection and progression of MISSION’s candidate drugs from lead identification through to clinical nomination. Specifically, you will provide hands-on in vivo pharmacology expertise for the discovery and development phases of the company’s small molecule drug discovery programmes. This will include delivering PK/PD/efficacy studies in conjunction with MISSION’s biology teams, as well as supporting translational research on our anti-tumour programmes, and developing innovative preclinical models. You will also be responsible for writing laboratory protocols and authoring study reports to support drug selection and regulatory filings. The role will require some weekend work.
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Desirable skills & experience
We are located in new, purpose-built laboratories on the Babraham Research Campus. We offer a competitive salary, along with a contributory pension scheme plus other benefits.
If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV with a covering letter to email@example.com quoting reference number M0025 by 25th April, 2014.
Screening scientist (permanent) Reference M0026
We currently have an opening for an enthusiastic and experienced screening scientist to join on a permanent basis. The applicant will have previous laboratory experience and be educated to BSc, MSc or equivalent in a life science subject. Ideally you will have hands-on experience with a broad range of scientific techniques along with an understanding of oncology. The successful candidate will be involved in the day to day running of in vitro and cell based screening assays to support the company’s small molecule drug discovery process. This will include plate based screening assays, protein production and assay development as well as use of databases to capture and analyse data. Laboratory work is a major component of this role and a level of independence in experimental design and data analysis is required.
We are located in new labs on the campus; we offer a competitive salary, along with a contributory pension scheme plus other excellent benefits.
If you wish to apply for this position, please send your CV with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference number M0026 by 9th May 2014
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