Data Science Manager|
Data Science Manager required for The role Access and analyze data to generate insights and make proactive recommendations Formulate success metrics for project success (customer feedback, engagement) and guide the Data Science to optimize customer engagement Plan and oversee experimentation over Data Science products. Manage, mentor and develop the Product Data Science team Collaborate with Product Owners to develop a product data-driven strategy. Oversee architecture design and technical implementation to guarantee scalable solutions. Coach the Data Science team developing models and data-driven solutions that add material lift to customer engagement optimization. Communicate complex solutions in a clear and understandable way to both experts and non-experts Promote and foster a data-driven, customer centric culture The candidate Experience setting the direction of data science projects with multiple stakeholders. Passion for proactively identifying opportunities through data analysis and modelling. Ability to communicate findings and data science concepts clearly to both technical and non-technical audiences. Excellent organizational skills and deep understanding of mathematical and statistical concepts and techniques. Senior-level programming experience in Python, Scala or Go.Minimum of 6 years' experience in a Data Science role, preferably working within a Retail and E-commerce environment. 3+ years managing and developing talent. Strong knowledge and proven hands-on experience in personalization and information retrieval projects. Experience in designing and scaling data science solutions to large audiences and high-traffic applications. Interest and passion for big data technologies (eg, Hadoop, Mahout, Spark, Pig, Hive). Strong English language, both written and spoken MS or PhD in a quantitative discipline: Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Operations Research, Engineering, Economics, Social Sciences etc.
University of Leicester, Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour|
Postdoctoral Research Associate|
Together our staff and students are discovering innovative ways to change the world for the better and there has never been a more exciting time for you to join us. We are ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide and have an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. We are led by discovery and innovation, with the synergy between research and learning at the core of our activity.In this role you will conduct neuroscience research into the role of Kv3 and K2P channels in presynaptic auditory processing in a BBSRC funded research project entitled: “Subunit specific mechanisms by which potassium channels mediate intrinsic plasticity and neuronal integration in the auditory pathway”. A particular focus of the project is on the Medial Nucleus of the Trapezoid Body (MNTB) and Calyx of Held and other nuclei in the superior olivary complex.You will plan and carry out the programme of work using appropriate methodology and techniques, including patch clamp studies, gene editing, mRNA and protein expression within identified neurons. You will take a leading role in developing research and experimental design aimed at reaching the goals of the research project in collaboration with the PI, technician and PhD students.The ideal candidate will hold a PhD in neuroscience, or a related subject knowledge. You will be an enthusiastic experimentalist with the ambition to explore intrinsic excitability and/or auditory processing.Full-time open ended contract subject to fixed term funding. Funding is available for three years.
University of Sheffield, Neuroscience|
Post-doctoral Fellow Neuroscience|
We are seeking a highly motivated scientist to carry out research projects in Translational neuroscience. We are exploring innovative cerebroprotection strategies with the central purpose of developing novel clinical therapies for devastating vascular diseases of the brain. You will have an excellent research and publication track record and will contribute to the work of an internationally recognised research group. You must possess excellent organisation skills and the ability to interact well within a group. You should be qualified to PhD level (or equivalent) in Neuroscience or Biological Sciences and have experience and interest in translational research.You will use in vivo and in vitro approaches to determine the molecular and cellular pathways that underlie preconditioning and cerebroprotection in the brain. We have already identified candidate pathways but these require further elucidation. After elucidation, pharmacological manipulation of the most ‘promising’ pathway would be the next step with the aim of developing a clinical therapy.Expertise with cell culture (neuronal and astrocytic) and focal ischaemia models of stroke would be a considerable advantage
University of Edinburgh, College of Science and Engineering|
Post Doctoral Research Assistant: Synthetic Biology approaches to building novel cell lines for drug discovery and toxicity testing|
We are looking for a highly motivated and talented Post Doctoral Research Assistant to conduct key laboratory research using synthetic biology and genome engineering to develop a suite of genetic circuits giving readouts relevant to drug efficacy and toxicity screening.This project represents an opportunity to harness the novel techniques of synthetic biology and genome editing to establish novel cell lines as biosensors for the efficacy and importantly toxic effects of many new drugs with the aim of speeding up the innovation and approval pipeline and decreasing the need for animal testing. It also offers the potential for future delivery of synthetic biosensing circuits into a patients’ own individual in vitro grown cell lines towards realising the potential of personalised medicine. There will be multiple opportunities to interact with leading academics and industrial partners.Applicants should have or shortly obtain a PhD in an appropriate discipline with research experience in at least one of the following: drug or toxicity screening, synthetic biology, mammalian cell biology, molecular biology, molecular genetics or a related area. Research experience involving one or more of the following: drug or toxicity screening, mammalian cell engineering, synthetic biology, CRISPR Cas9 genome editing or a related area. This post is fixed term for 3 years.Informal enquiries to [email protected]
Date: 27-SEP-2017 at 5pm GMTFor further particulars and to apply for this post please click on the 'apply' button below
University of Sheffield, Dept of Oncology & Metabolism|
Four-year Postdoc Job in Cancer Research|
The successful candidate will work in the group of Professor Claire Lewis at the University of Sheffield in the UK. Her team studies the role of various macrophage subsets in the relapse of primary and metastatic tumours after various frontline forms of therapy (see: Hughes et al. 2015. Cancer Res; De Palma & Lewis 2013. Cancer Cell; Lewis et al. 2016. Cancer Cell). This exciting, new, PCUK-funded project will investigate the ability of targeted liposomes to eliminate relapse-promoting, perivascular macrophages in mouse prostate tumours. We hope that these pre-clinical studies will lead on to a clinical trial of this new treatment in combination with hormone therapy, radiation therapy orchemotherapy for men with prostate cancer. Applicants need to hold a good 1st degree and PhD in cancer research or immunology. S/he will have experience in cell culture, flow cytometry, immunohistochemistryand/or immunofluorescence microscopy, RNA and protein isolation/analysis and the use of mouse tumour models (including the harvesting/analysis of body tissues and fluids for analysis).
Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, Afiliated BIST centres|
Postdoctoral fellowships PROBIST (H2020 MSCA-COFUND action)|
The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology is a scientific initiative of seven of Catalonia’s research centres of excellence whose objective is to increase their levels of collaboration in order to build together a joint scientific project. PROBIST is a post-doctoral fellowship Program lead by BIST. The fellowships will be implemented in top research centres in the Barcelona and Tarragona area (Spain):* Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO, https://www.icfo.eu/)* Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ, http://www.iciq.org/)* Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2, http://icn2.cat/en/)* Institute for High Energy Physics (IFAE, http://www.ifae.es/eng/)* Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona, https://www.irbbarcelona.org/en)PROBIST applicants will have complete research freedom. Applicants may subscribe to one or several research topics published with the calls. The topics for the first call are: C1-01 Invention of new synthetic methods based on the catalytic use of electrophilic metal complexes of gold and other transition metalsC1-02 Organic photovoltaic devices and application of quantum dotsC1-03 Photomagnetic materials and bioinorganic models for energy applicationsC1-04 Green approaches to catalysis for fine chemicalsC1-05 Atomistic simulation addressed to develop more rationalized heterogeneous catalystsC1-06 Molecular artificial photosynthesis and the generation of solar fuelsC1-07 Visualizing interfacial fields in oxide interfaces by transmission electron microscopyC1-08 Atomic Resolution Electron Microscopy: Analysis, 3D Atomic Modelling and Simulation of Energy NanomaterialsC1-10 First Principles Theory and Simulations in NanoscienceC1-11 Polymer-composites based on Graphene and related materialsC1-12 Physics and Engineering of NanodevicesC1-13 Genome Data ScienceC1-14 Glycogen accumulation and neurodegenerationC1-15 Characterisation of Adult Progenitor Cells in DrosophilaC1-16 Chemical modifications of Nucleic Acids and human physiologyC1-18 Structural characterization of Macromolecular assemblies and research on asymmetric synthesisC1-19 Cellular Plasticity and DiseaseC1-20 Molecular modelling and BioinformaticsC1-21 Asymmetric synthesis using chiral ligandsC1-22 Microtubules, genomic stability and diseaseC1-23 2D Materials & paper-based nanobiosensors for diagnostics applicationsC1-24 Observational CosmologyC1-25 Gamma Ray AstrophysicsC1-26 Epigenetic regulation of chromatin functionsC1-27 Theory Group: Standard Model physicsC1-28 Neutrino oscillation experimentC1-29 Molecular Biophysics / Asymmetric SynthesisC1-30 Translational control of cell cycle and differentiation / Structural Bioinformatics and Network BiologyC1-31 ATLASC1-32 Biomedical Optics & BiophysicsC1-33 Optical Sensing, Optoelectronics & PhotovoltaicsC1-34 Nonlinear Optics, Ultrafast Optics & AttoscienceC1-35 NanoPhotonics & NanoMechanicsC1-36 Experimental Quantum Optics & Quantum InformationC1-37 Theoretical Nanophotonics, Quantum Optics & Quantum InformationOnce pre-selected, candidates shall design their research project proposal with a research group of their choice in the participating BIST centres. Successful candidates will be hosted by the selected research group. They will have full access to facilities, seminars and training programmes of the BIST centres. Networking activities shall facilitate inter-centre and inter-disciplinary exchange and collaborations. PROBIST will offer fellows the opportunity to opt for secondments from a pool of international institutions with which BIST centres have institutional agreements or collaborations. The fellowships are granted for 3 years including * Anual gross salary: 36.252,82€ plus a single payment of 1504,89 relocation support (Spanish tax and social security deductions apply)., * close mentoring and supervision through prestigious Senior Researchers,* a personalized career development plan,* a training program for scientific and transferable skills.Eligibility criteria:* Present complete applications through the on-line application platform on the PROBIST website before 1 November 2017. Required documentation and information includes CV, letter of motiviation, filling in application forms and at least two referees presenting reference letters. Please prepare your application on time to meet the strict deadline. * Having not spent more than 12 months of the prior 36 months in Spain, at the time of the call deadline. You will be required to confirm your compliance through a self-declaration.* Be in possession of a PhD degree at the time of the call deadline. Please provide evidence when you apply (e.g. scanned PhD-degree or documents that proof having read a successful PhD at the moment of the call deadline).* Having not been awarded their PhD degree more than 5 years ago, at the time of the call deadline. Exceptions are made for documented justified periods. * Being first author in at least one publication in an internationally reputed journal at the time of the call deadline. Only accepted and published in print or online papers are eligible. Selection process:The evaluation of eligible candidates will be carried out by an external, independent selection panel. The evaluation will be objective, independent, free of conflicts of interest and the selection will be based on merits, equal opportunities and freedom of choice of research. The review procedure will be carried out in various steps:* First review general suitability for PROBIST (review 1).* Invitation of pre-selected candidates to prepare a research proposal with the groups they want to be hosted at. A research proposal that is finally submitted needs to have the hosting commitment by the corresponding GL. Presenting a proposal is a requirement for being invited to the next step (interview).* Second review: interviews and presentation of the research proposal (review 2).* Decision on awardees, reserve list and rejected candidatures. PROBIST has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation under grant agreement no. 754510.More information and access to the application platform can be found on the programme website www.bist.eu/probist.
Boston University School of Medicine|
Position Description: An NIH-supported position is available for a post-doctoral fellow in Dr. Lee Quinton's laboratory at the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Quinton and his colleagues in the Pneumonia Biology Group of the BU Pulmonary Center investigate molecular mechanisms controlling immune resistance and tissue resilience in response to respiratory infection. Approaches for doing so include but are not limited to genetic mouse models, ex vivo methodologies, bioinformatics, and more, with the ultimate goal of elucidating cells and signals both inside and outside of the lungs that control pneumonia biology. Dr. Quinton's research program is particularly focused on lung-liver communication during pneumonia, as well as molecular determinants of epithelial barrier integrity in the airways. Dr. Quinton's bibliography: &direction=descending BU Pneumonia biology: Education, training, experience: Eligibility: This position requires a PhD, MD, or equivalent doctoral degree. Experience in immunology and/or lung biology research is preferred but not essential. Please send your CV along with 2-3 references to: Lee J. Quinton Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Pathology About Our Institution: The Pulmonary Center is a fully-equipped state of the art research facility encompassing >20,000 square feet of research space on the Boston University Medical Campus. The Center is comprised of a highly collaborative group of investigators, with diverse areas of expertise, including but not limited to infection and immunity, lung development and regenerative medicine, clinical research science, and genomics and bioinformatics. The Center is internationally renowned for forging the successful careers of many lung researchers, which is enabled in large part by its long-standing 40+ year NIH (T32) sponsored training program. Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Northern Ireland (AFBI), AFBI|
Senior Scientific Officer - Crop Pathology|
REF: IRC222008SALARY: £36,448 - £40,072 DEPARTMENT: Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Northern Ireland (AFBI)LOCATION: AFBI Newforge, BelfastFurther appointments may be made from this competition should AFBI positions become vacant which have similar duties and responsibilities.AFBI is seeking to fill a key scientific position which will provide a unique opportunity for an enthusiastic and innovative scientist to lead and manage the crop plant health team which undertakes testing for bacterial, viral and fungal pathogens of arable crops and grasses.Leading a nationally recognised postgraduate research team you will be responsible for the provision, forward planning, and expansion of statutory diagnostic and advisory services within AFBI, developing strategic management initiatives, maintaining high standards of corporate governance, budget planning and control and staff management.With a PhD in a scientific discipline related to agriculture or plant science, you will have at least two years’ experience of working in plant pathology, plant virology, plant bacteriology or plant nematology and a proven track record in winning and managing a funded research project. For more detailed information and to apply, please go to www.nicsrecruitment.org.ukAlternatively, an application pack can be requested by contacting:HRConnect, PO Box 1089, The Metro Building, 6-9 Donegall Square South, Belfast, BT1 9EW. Telephone: 0800 1 300 330. Email: [email protected]
requests must include your name, address and reference number IRC222105Completed application forms must be returned to arrive not later than 12:00 noon (UK time) on Friday 6th October 2017.Applications are particularly welcomed from Roman Catholics and females as these groups are currently under-represented within AFBI.AFBI is an Equal Opportunities EmployerALL APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT ARE CONSIDERED STRICTLY ON THE BASIS OF MERIT
Request Technology - Robyn Honquest|
C++ Trade Application Developer|
C++ Software Developer - Recent Grads Looking for a candidate with C++ Multithreading, advanced degree in CS or math or statistics or PhD, high GPA, average, will look at recent grads. Must have algorithym background, UNIX, Linux, Shell Scripting. Hiring software developers to join our auto-trading platform group. We are looking for people to develop, enhance, and support our platform, including directed research and implementation of trading strategies. Duties and Responsibilities Develop and enhance auto-trading platform Work with strategists to implement trading models Help strategists with research and development of trading strategies Experience and Skills Advanced degree in computer science, math or statistics Mastery of C++ and UNIX Shell Scripting Working knowledge of SQL Strong communication skills Work under pressure in a dynamic environment The financial industry experience and Real Time computing preferred
Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Northern Ireland (AFBI), AGRICULTURE|
Higher Scientific Officer – Molecular Diagnostics and Plant Pathology|
Higher Scientific Officer – Molecular Diagnostics and Plant PathologyREF : IRC222426SALARY: £29,317 - £31,446DEPARTMENT: Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute Northern Ireland (AFBI)LOCATION: AFBI Newforge, BelfastFurther appointments may be made from this competition should AFBI positions become vacant which have similar duties and responsibilities.For more detailed information and to apply, please go to www.nicsrecruitment.org.ukAlternatively, an application pack can be requested by contacting:HRConnect, PO Box 1089, The Metro Building, 6-9 Donegall Square South, Belfast, BT1 9EW. Telephone: 0800 1 300 330. Email: [email protected]
requests must include your name, address and reference number IRC222426Completed application forms must be returned to arrive not later than 12:00 noon (UK time) on Friday 20th October 2017.Applications are particularly welcomed from Roman Catholics and females as these groups are currently under-represented within AFBI.AFBI is an Equal Opportunities EmployerALL APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT ARE CONSIDERED STRICTLY ON THE BASIS OF MERIT
Senior Data Scientist - Computer Vision Engineer|
Our client is urgently seeking Data Science specialists with strong experience in OpenCV to develop the next-generation technologies that change how billions of users connect, explore, and interact with information and one another. There products need to handle information at massive scale, and extend well beyond web search. We're looking for engineers who bring fresh ideas from all areas, including information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking and data storage, security, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, UI design and mobile; the list goes on and is growing every day. As a software engineer, you will work on a specific project critical to my clients needs with opportunities to switch teams and projects as you and our fast-paced business grow and evolve. They need engineers to be versatile, display leadership qualities and be enthusiastic to tackle new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward.Our client is and always will be an engineering company. They hire people with a broad set of technical skills who are ready to tackle some of technology's greatest challenges and make an impact on millions, if not billions, of users. There engineers not only revolutionize search, they routinely work on massive scalability and storage solutions, large-scale applications and entirely new platforms for developers around the world.ResponsibilitiesParticipate in cutting edge research in artificial intelligence and machine learning applications.Develop solutions for real world, large scale problems.QualificationsMinimum qualifications:BA/BS degree in Computer Science or related technical field or equivalent practical experience.2 years of work or educational experience in Machine Learning or Artificial Intelligence.Experience with one or more general purpose programming languages including but not limited to: Java, C/C++ or PythonSolid knowledge of OpenCV4 years of relevant work experience, including software development experience, or 1 year of relevant work experience with a PhD in Computer Science or related technical field. Preferred qualifications:MS or PhD degree in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, or related technical field.Experience with one or more of the following: Natural Language Processing, text understanding, classification, pattern recognition, recommendation systems, targeting systems, ranking systems or similar.Please email over your updated CV to (see below) and I will be in touch to discuss things in more detail.
DMS Computer Recruitment|
Researcher in Computational Finance - Cyprus - relocation pack|
Researcher in Computational Finance - Cyprus - relocation pack Our client, a prestigious International Financial Services Company, is looking for top class English-speaking mathematicians/engineers/scientists to work with us in modern quantitative finance at its Global Headquarters in Limassol, Cyprus. Our researchers participate in novel financial analysis and development efforts that require significant application of mathematical modelling techniques. The position involves working within the Global Research team; there is also significant interaction with the trading and fund management teams. The objective is the development of innovative products and computational methods for our statistical arbitrage and quantitative strategies (FX, Commodities, Futures) In addition, the role involves statistical analysis of portfolio risk and returns, involvement in the portfolio management process and monitoring and analysing transactions on an ongoing basis. THE INDIVIDUAL The successful candidate should have very good quant skills, ideally a PhD in Signal processing, Control Theory, Hard sciences/Engineering or Mathematics and a good grasp of Statistics, together with excellent all round analytical and programming abilities. The following skills are also prerequisites for the job: Experience in systematic, quantitative strategy development or trading (medium-term to high frequency) Solid programming skills in any language (with experience working with large databases a plus) Data mining experience in the context of large datasets of time series A decent understanding about the life cycle of model development in systematic trading - from and back-testing to executions Candidates with prior experience in systematic trading of Commodities will be preferred SQL/relational database experience would be an advantage Strong, methodical problem solving and numerical reasoning skills Experience in a similar role is a must Solid programming experience, preferably in Matlab or other modelling languages Finally, we are looking for a team player
Queen Mary University of London, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences|
Postdoctoral Research Assistant|
A Postdoctoral Research Assistant position is available at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) as part of a joint project between QMUL, University of Trento, Italy and the University of South California, USA funded by the Human Frontiers Scientific Program. The project ‘Imaging the neurobiology of numerosity- the evolution of counting’ seeks to use zebrafish as a model to unravel the neural basis of non-symbolic number cognition.This particular research position will focus on the characterization of the ontogeny of numerosity discrimination in wild type and mutant zebrafish. You will work together with 2 PhD students and a post-doctoral scientist within the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences at QMUL under the direct supervision of Dr. Caroline Brennan, but will also closely collaborate with the research group of Profs. Giorgio Vallortigara and Scott Fraser at the Mind Brain Institute, Trento, and the Translational Imaging Centre, Los Angeles, respectively. The candidate will be the leading zebrafish neuroscientist on the project and in charge of generation and characterisation of targeted loss-of function mutant lines. You will provide mutant lines with differential behavioural abilities to partners for further behavioural and imaging analysis. The project aims at gaining a better understanding of the evolution and neural basis of human numerosity. The ideal candidate for this position should have a PhD in neuroscience. Experience in the generation of targeted loss-of –function mutants and zebrafish developmental analysis would be desirable. A track record of peer-reviewed publications is essential.This is a full-time, fixed term post available for a period of 3 years. The start date is 1/12/2017. The starting salary is £36,677 per annum and is inclusive of London allowance. Benefits include 30 days annual leave, final salary pension scheme and an interest–free season ticket loan.Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where required this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under the Points Based Immigration Scheme.Informal enquiries for further information are welcomed and may be made to Dr. Caroline Brennan, email: [email protected]
or Tel +44 (0)20 7882 6357For further information about the School, please see http://www.sbcs.qmul.ac.uk. To apply, please visit the Human Resources website on http://www.jobs.qmul.ac.uk and search for reference QMUL11942Application enquiries should be directed to [email protected]
The closing date for applications is 12 October 2017. Interviews will be held shortly thereafter. Valuing Diversity & Committed to Equality
King's College London, Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases|
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases,|
Postdoctoral Research AssociateWolfson Centre for Age-Related DiseasesGrade 6, £33,518 per annum plus £2,923 per annum London AllowanceFixed-term, full-time for 28 monthsRef: R6/PNW/1816/17-SSWe are seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Scientist for an international research effort funded by the European Union (IMI2). You will be joining the UK arm, led by Prof Stephen McMahon and Dr Franziska Denk at King’s College London. The project aims to improve our understanding of chronic pain states, particularly those caused by neuropathic injuries arising from trauma or cancer treatment. The successful applicant will lead studies involving co-cultures of purified cell types, including peripheral sensory neurons, glia and immune cells. You will be joining a multidisciplinary research community at the Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases, where your research will benefit from the input of many friendly colleagues and the joint supervision of two investigators who combine the best of two worlds: advice and inspiration from one of the pre-eminent leaders in pain research and practical day-to-day guidance on research techniques from a junior PI.The deadline for applications is midnight on the 2nd of October 2017The selection process will include competency based questions in a panel interview, a presentation and a practical assessment. Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing the 9th of October. For further information, don’t hesitate to contact us ([email protected]
) and feel free to consult our websites:http://www.franziskadenk.com http://www.kcl.ac.uk/ioppn/depts/wolfson/research/McMahon-Lab/McMahon-Lab.aspx To apply for this role, please visit https://www.hirewire.co.uk/HE/1061247/MS_JobDetails.aspx?JobID=77811 Register to download the specified application.
University of Nottingham, Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering|
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Composite Structures and Metamaterials Modelling and Health Monitoring (4 year Fellowship in collaboration with leading European aerospace industries)|
Applications are invited for a full-time Postdoctoral Research Associate post within the Composites Group of the University. This is an EU Horizon2020 funded 48 month vacancy. A fixed-term contract will be offered to the successful candidate. Remuneration will depend on previous experience but the appointee should be expecting to receive a salary of £30,000 - £37,000 per annum.The successful candidate will be expected to make significant contributions to the development of multiscale and wave propagation modelling tools for composite structures and complex mechanical and acoustic metamaterials. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a consistent publication track record in the areas of numerical modelling and/or composite structures and/or metamaterials and/or NDE.This funding call is open to all UK, EU and International applicants.Informal enquiries prior to making an application should be addressed along with a detailed CV to Dr D. Chronopoulos dim[email protected]
This position will remain open until filled.
Division of Breast Cancer Research, ICR, The Institute of Cancer Research|
Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Breast Cancer Research|
A Postdoctoral Training Fellow position is available to drive forward high-level research on the generation and functional evaluation of drivers of oestrogen receptive positive (ER+) breast cancer models. The majority of the projects will focus on developing ER+ breast cancer models and further address invasiveness and metastatic disease within this context.You will be involved in the design and implementation of research projects developing novel therapies for ER+ breast cancer including genetic manipulation of current and novel models to address the drivers of the disease.Applicants must have a degree in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology or Cell Biology and PhD in molecular or cancer cell biology. Extensive experience in molecular biology and cell biology including generation 3-D cell culture and assay methodologies, CRISPR genome editing as well as experience of in vitro or in vivo screens is essential. Experience and/or ability to learn in vivo models of breast cancer, xenografting and transplantation techniques is also essential.The post will be based in the Functional Genomics group, under the supervision of Dr Rachael Natrajan. The post-holder will closely interact with other researchers within the group as well as scientists in other ICR Research Groups.The Functional Genomics laboratory headed by Dr. Rachael Natrajan focuses on understanding the interplay of genetics and microenvironmental changes in the progression of different forms of breast cancer to identify novel drivers and therapeutic targets of the disease. We have made novel advances into the understanding of genomic alterations and their impact on breast cancer in different contexts and how to target these effectively (including Natrajan et al J Pathol 2014; Maguire et al 2014; Bajrami et al Cancer Res 2014; Natrajan et al PLOS Medicine 2015, Maguire et al 2016).There is also available a Higher Scientific Officer (HSO) research technician position to provide technical support to an in vivo breast cancer modelling programme in the BCN Research Centre, working in a new breast cancer intraductal MIND modeling team supervised by Dr Beatrice Howard (Breast Development). For further details please go to vacancy reference number 192 following the link below (or copy and paste the link in your internet browser):https://icr.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/appcentre-1/brand-4/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/1/opp/192-Higher-Scientific-Officer-Breast-Cancer-Research/en-GBInformal enquiries can be made via email to Dr Rachael Natrajan ([email protected]
). Please note – this address is for enquiries only and you should not send your application to this email address.Please submit your application online including the following:- A full CV with a publication list (two to three pages)- Covering letter including the names and contact details of two referees (one page)- A one-page summary detailing how you fulfill each of the criteria in the job specification.Research plan (one to two pages outlining your current research interests and research plans for the next 2-3 years) - PDF copies of your best 3 publications over the past 5 years Interviews are likely to take place at the end of October 2017.
University of Liverpool, Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine|
MDM2/P53 Research Group: Postdoctoral Research Associate Grade 7|
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our research team to investigate the mechanisms underlying and develop strategies to exploit alterations in tumour metabolism as a therapeutic target in kidney cancer cells. The Mersey Kidney First funded project is entitled: Developing a combinatorial therapeutic strategy for kidney cancer by targeting metabolic and apoptotic regulators: FBP1 and p53. The project will entail molecular and cellular approaches to study and manipulate gene function and monitor the effects of drugs. More detailed information about the project can obtained from Professor Boyd and for additional information see https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/translational-medicine/staff/mark-boyd/research/You should have a PhD in a relevant subject. Experience of cell culture, and some molecular and cellular techniques such as gene cloning, western blotting, transfection, gene expression, gene function or metabolic analyses would be advantageous. The post is available for 2 years.Job Ref: 008105/fpdoc Closing Date: 27 September 2017For full details and to apply online, please visit: CELL
Expert - Modem Algorithm Design; LTE-A, 5G, Matlab, C++|
Expert - Modem Algorithm Design; LTE-A, 5G, Matlab, C++ We are seeking two Modem Algorithm Design Experts to work in Lund/Sweden on contract basis, starting no later than November 2017. Your Responsibilities: Responsible for the physical layer algorithms development in particular related to 5G. Naturally, it covers implement also new LTE-A features and troubleshooting in order to improve performance, reduce implementation complexity. Analyse the research area and define the problem(s), derive and identify and define potential algorithm(s), and perform extensive computer simulations (eg link level simulation). Document, patent or/and publish selected ideas in journals or/and on conferences. The work will be done in very close cooperation with the other organizations within company involved in 5G. The ideal candidate for this role, should have the following experience and skills:Experience and skills: To be successful in this role the candidate should have more than 10 years industrial experience in wireless baseband development and strong background in wireless communications, ie familiar with LTE and its evolutions and good knowledge on physical and MAC layers. Familiar with Matlab, C,C++ languages, and Scripting (Perl, python, etc). A PhD Degree in computer science, EE, wireless communication or equivalent background is highly preferable. An impressive list of papers and patents is a significant plus. Prior experience from international and multicultural work is preferred. As we are a global company the candidate must be able to communicate fluently in English, both verbally and in writing Good social and networking skills to support teamwork in project groups as well as ability to work independently. Start: ASAP or latest 1st NOV Duration: 6 months+ Location: This is a Full time position at our R&D office in Lund/Sweden. Rate: 63-73 Euros/Hour all incl. depending on experience
Medical Research Council, Laboratory of Molecular Biology|
UKRI Innovation/Rutherford Fellowships|
Overall purpose:We are looking for Postdoctoral Scientists with an interest in computational methods to join groups at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB), to work within programmes broadly aimed at understanding the molecular determinants of disease. Specifically to undertake research to investigate biological pathways or mechanisms, or to identify new therapeutic candidates, or to characterise potential molecular targets or possible routes for intervention.Main duties:• To undertake research in the area of informatics or computational biology.• To identify, develop and apply a broad range of techniques to pursue the research objectives.• To present scientific work at seminars within the Laboratory and at external meetings.• To contribute to Laboratory-wide discussions on developments within the field.• To draft scientific papers, and contribute to the overall preparation of research for publication.• To contribute to the LMB’s mission in the public engagement of science, and the translation of research findings into improvements in health care.• To assist in the training of PhD Students and other members of the LMB.Key responsibilities:Within the overall direction of the programme, the Group, the remit of the project and in discussion with the Group Leader, you will make a significant input into determining the direction of the project within a three year lifespan.To plan your own work and objectives on a 12 month basis and manage your experimental work within the project along with your Supervisor.To work with limited supervision to identify, develop, modify and apply the necessary techniques to achieve the goals of the project.To introduce and apply new techniques across a wide range of disciplines and to have the creativity and initiative to develop novel approaches and methods where required.To ensure the research is carried out in accordance with good practice and in compliance with local policies and legal requirements.To contribute to the smooth running of the Group, including the effective use of resources, training of others and taking responsibility for use of communal facilities.To enhance your research and generic skills through a tailored development programme.Working relationships:You will report to the Group Leader and will interact and collaborate with other Postdoctoral Scientists, Research Support Staff and Students, not only in your Group, but also across the LMB and with external Groups as necessary.Additional information:This is a three year training and development position for a Postdoctoral Scientist who has recently completed their doctoral studies, is moving into a new research discipline or has limited experience of key transferable skills. We support Postdoctoral Scientists with a range of formal and on-the-job training, including:• MRC training courses.• External training and personal development courses.• One-to-one training with your Supervisor and other Scientists.You will commit to undertaking the following:• Developing and following a personal development plan.• Attending training courses.• Identifying additional training which will support you to develop your career.The above lists are not exhaustive and you are required to undertake such duties as may reasonably be requested within the scope of the post. All employees are required to act professionally, co-operatively and flexibly in line with the requirements of the post and the MRC.
National University Ireland Galway, CURAM - Centre for for Research in Medical Devices|
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellows (experienced researchers)- Medical Device Research & Development Centre for Research in Medical Devices (CÚRAM) National University of Ireland, Galway Ref. No. NUIG 127-17|
MedTrain offers prestigious two-year fellowships to eligible experienced researchers in the area of Medical Device Research and Development, including biomaterials, biomedical engineering, computational fluid dynamics, drug delivery, electronic engineering, glycosciences, interventional cardiology, marine biodiscovery, nanoelectronics, neural engineering, and translational research. In order to apply, candidates are required to develop a project proposal in collaboration with a MedTrain Principal Investigator in the relevant field (full list of MedTrain Investigators and details on their areas of research available at www.medtrain.eu). This is a research and training focused role. The fellow will conduct a specified programme of research, developed in collaboration with a CÚRAM Principal Investigator (PI), supported by research training and development under the supervision and direction of the PI. This will include secondment of up to 6 months to a non-academic research partner. Fellows are required to engage in MedTrain and CÚRAM training and public outreach activities.Essential Requirements:MedTrain Fellowships are open to candidates of any nationality. In order to be eligible, applicants must at the time of recruitment (28 February 2018):• be in possession of a doctoral degree, or have at least four years full-time equivalent research experience.• not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Ireland for more than 12 months in the three years immediately prior to this date. Compulsory national service and/or short stays such as holidays are not taken in to account.The reference date for the time of recruitment corresponds to the end of the application process (following production of the final ranking list), when successful candidates will be notified of intent to offer a contract at one of the host institutes.Salary: Remuneration is in line with EC rules for Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND grants (http://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/index_en.htm). Please refer to the MedTrain Guide for Applicants available at www.medtrain.eu for details.To Apply:Candidates are required to develop a project proposal in collaboration with a CÚRAM Principal Investigator (from those listed on the MedTrain website www.medtrain.eu), and submit their proposal via the online application system, which can be accessed via the website. The system will remain open for applications until midnight (UTC) on the call deadline 31 October 2017. Following eligibility and ethics checking, proposals will be subject to international peer-review, after which a number of top ranking candidates will be invited to interview. Further details are available at www.medtrain.eu. For informal enquiries about this post, please contact the MedTrainprogramme manager [email protected]
University of Canterbury, School of Biological Sciences|
Post-doctoral Fellow: Belowground effects of invasive conifers: tipping points and reversibility|
University of Canterbury, New Zealand• Full-time at 37.5 hours per week (1.0 FTE)• Three years fixed-termApplications are invited for a post-doctoral fellow position in the School of Biological Sciences, as part of the research group of Prof. Ian Dickie in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Canterbury. The fellow will be a key member of a large, multi-institute collaboration on invasive conifer ecology and management. Within that context, the post-doctoral scholar will focus on the Effects of wilding conifers on soil biodiversity and ecosystem function: tipping points and reversibility.You will lead the establishment of experiments looking at short- and longer-term post-removal legacies of pine invasion. Research will involve both removal of invasive populations using current management tools (including herbicide) and use of historical pine removal sites to provide longer-term data. You will focus on understanding how impacts and legacies develop as a function of tree age, distance, and density, with the goal of better informing ecosystem scale models about belowground factors, tipping points, and feedbacks in conifer invasions.As part of the "Winning with Wildings" project, you will work with post-graduate students and collaborate with researchers at Landcare Research, Scion, and the Bio-Protection Research Centre. Other aspects of the broader project include invasive conifer dispersal, detection, management, biological control, integrative modelling, and social impact. There are also opportunities to develop links with a broad team of ecologists, soil biogeochemists, microbiologists, and molecular biologists at the University of Canterbury.You should have a PhD in ecology or a related field, background using next-generation sequencing for meta-barcoding of soil biota, familiarity with R, and be willing and able to conduct field work in remote locations. Evidence of high-quality publications is required. You will have an interest in collaborative research, an ability to effectively work with diverse end-user groups, and an interest in using ecological science to improve invasive species management outcomes.The University of Canterbury is committed to promoting a world-class learning environment through research and teaching excellence, and has a vision statement of Tangata Tū, Tangata Ora ("People Prepared to Make a Difference").You will have the opportunity to work alongside members of a diverse academic community and enrich your own professional and personal development.Equal opportunity in employment is University policy and the School is strongly committed to equality in the workplace. Applications from all suitably qualified persons are encouraged. The University of Canterbury has excellent childcare, recreation and staff/graduates club facilities on campus.For information about the range of benefits in joining UC please visit us online at: http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/joinusThe closing date for this position is: Sunday, 15 October 2017.Interviews for this vacancy are anticipated to take place in late October / early November.The position will be available from 15 Jan 2018, with some flexibility around exact start date.Applications for this position should include a curriculum vitae, a summary of recent research achievements and a 1 page research statement outlining how the post-doctoral fellowship would complement the fellow's longer-term career goals. Applications should also indicate the names and contact details of three referees. All application files should be combined into one document and submitted online. Please ensure your application is uploaded as a single PDF file and that the file name is your surname, followed by your initial.Should you wish to e-mail any additional attachments or have queries in relation to the application process, please forward these to Nikki Gibbs, Recruitment Coordinator, [email protected]
information about this role can be obtained by contacting Professor Ian Dickie at [email protected]
University of Canterbury is an EEO employer and actively seeks to embrace the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Novartis Corporation, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Inc.|
Structure- and ligand-based multi-target machine learning for virtual screening|
Applications are invited for an industrial postdoctoral position under Dr. Valery Polyakov and Dr. Eric Martin at Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research in Emeryville, California. This interdisciplinary postdoctoral opportunity in Computational Sciences will work at the interface of structure-based drug design and machine learning. Inexpensive computational virtual screens by docking have not had the accuracy needed to replace expensive and time-consuming experimental high-throughput screens. QSAR can be accurate for compounds similar to the training set, but not for interesting novel chemical matter. Our lab is using multi-target machine learning to overcome these limitations. AutoShim creates accurate, target customized scoring functions by adjusting the weights of pharmacophore shims in a protein binding site to reproduce several hundred training IC50s.1 Kinase Ensemble Surrogate AutoShim pre-docks the screening collection into an ensemble of 8 diverse representative kinases, which can then be “shimmed” to predict the activities of the entire collection on all other kinase with training data, without requiring further docking or even protein structures.2 Profile-QSAR is a 2D ligand substructure-based method that expands the domain of applicability of empirical models to the entire company archive by using predicted activity from thousands of conventional single-assay 2D QSAR models as compound descriptors for modeling new assays.3,4This project will expand on these methodologies as well as developing new approaches.The qualified candidate will be a highly motivated, creative and independent computational chemist with expertise in modern machine learning methods including multi-target deep neural networks. The candidate should be a competent programmer familiar both with procedural languages, ideally python, as well as machine learning packages including scikit learn or R and tensorflow. Familiarity with docking will be important, and 3D QSAR will be a plus.The position will start January 2018. Please apply through http://postdoc.nibr.com/eric-martin.html 1. Martin, E. J.; Sullivan, D. C., AutoShim: empirically corrected scoring functions for quantitative docking with a crystal structure and IC50 training data. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 2008, 48, 861-872.2. Martin, E. J.; Sullivan, D. C., Surrogate AutoShim: Predocking into a Universal Ensemble Kinase Receptor for Three Dimensional Activity Prediction, Very Quickly, without a Crystal Structure. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 2008, 48, 873-881.3. Martin, E.; Mukherjee, P.; Sullivan, D.; Jansen, J., Profile-QSAR: a novel meta-QSAR method that combines activities across the kinase family to accurately predict affinity, selectivity, and cellular activity. J Chem Inf Model 2011, 51, 1942-56.4. Martin E.J.; Polyakov, V.R.; Tian, L.; Perez, R.C., Profile-QSAR 2.0: Kinase Virtual Screening Accuracy Comparable to Four-Concentration IC50s for Realistically Novel Compounds. J Chem Inf Model 2017, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jcim.7b00166.
Stott and May|
Statistician/Scientist - GRADUATE LEVEL|
If you have just finished your degree in Statistics/Applied Mathematics, this will be the ideal role for you. I am currently looking for a recent graduate in search for a challenge in a highly statistical role within a well established business in London. Ideally, the right candidate will come from an academic background in Statistics - Master or PhD level. It is essential that this person also has great knowledge in R. Exposure to SAS could also be desirable. Regarding the role, my client is looking for someone that can be a part of a successful team delivering successful and meaningful insights that can effective add value to the business. It is an opportunity to gain commercial awareness as well as develop your technical expertise within data and statistical modelling. If you think this good be the right opportunity for you, please contact me ASAP to be considered.
Scala Developer TDD - FinTech|
Scala Developer / Functional Programmer (Scala Agile TDD). FinTech start-up that offers a range of financial investment services to the public via their advanced technology platform which makes smart investing easier and accessible to all is seeking a highly skilled Scala Developer. Joining a small, dedicated technology team as a Scala Developer you will design next generation systems, ensuring everything you develop is testable, repeatable and automated including testing. As part of a collaborative team you will work with other developers and product managers to plan and estimate delivery and mentor more junior developers. This Scala Developer role presents an excellent opportunity to join a successful and growing company that is driven by technology. Requirements: *Strong software development experience, likely to have a background with Java *Scala experience and a desire to work with functional programming going forward *Advocate of Agile development methodologies: Scrum, TDD / BDD, familiar with ScalaTest *Familiar with Continuous Integration - Jenkins *Collaborative team member with strong communication skills *Degree educated, Computer Science preferred (MSc / PhD advantageous) *Desirable: full stack development of a large scale eCommerce, microservices architectures, scalability, reliability, fault tolerance As a Scala Developer / Functional Programmer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (to £70k) plus 25 days holiday and share options. Send your CV or call for a confidential discussion about this Scala Developer / Functional Programmer opportunity.
Medical Research Council, Toxicology Unit|
RCUK Innovation Fellowships|
RCUK Innovation FellowshipsClinical and Non-Clinical Research Training Programme in Toxicology and Clinical PharmacologyMedical Research Council -Toxicology Unit, LeicesterFixed Term up to 31st March 2021Salary: MRC Band 4 £30,162 – £38,545 MRC Band 3 £37,395 - £50,517*Registered clinicians will receive a clinical allowance according to experience (ranging from £1,883 to £14,341)We are pleased to announce the launch of a new Post-Doctoral Fellowship Training Programme suitable for scientists looking for an opportunity to broaden experience and develop cross-disciplinary skills. Six clinical/non-clinical Fellowships are available on this unique, collaborative research training programme, which will provide novel training and research opportunities in fundamental mechanistic toxicology, exposure modelling, exposomics and clinical pharmacology/drug safety. The programme will be jointly administered by three establishments (two Fellows based at each Centre), these will be the MRC Toxicology Unit (MRC-TU Leicester), the MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science (MRC-CDSS, University of Liverpool) and the MRC-Public Health England (PHE) Centre for Environment & Health (MRC-PHE CEH, Imperial College and King’s College London). The scheme brings together combined scientific expertise of staff from the participating Institutions in toxicological, environmental and pharmacology to provide an exciting new framework for research, training and interaction with industry. Each Fellowship will be allocated to a host institution. Projects will be joint between two of the three Centre’s with approximately 3-6 months being spent at the partner Centre, this will ensure that Fellows benefit from the varied working environments and facilities on offer to enable the acquisition of a wide-ranging applied skills set.On completion of a Fellowship, individuals will be highly competitive to apply for Senior Fellowships and establish independent research programmes.Examples of possible projects include studies into toxicities associated with i) nanofibre (e.g. carbon nanotube) exposure (MRC-TU, CEH-PHE), ii) pathways that link sodium excretion, blood pressure and cardiovascular disease (CEH-PHE, MRC-TU), iii) immune check-point inhibitors (CDSS, MRC-TU), iv) alcohol liver disease (CEH-CDSS). The MRC Toxicology Unit is now inviting applications for two Fellowships to this programme. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with considerable experience of innovative molecular research. You must hold a PhD in a relevant discipline and have published in a peer reviewed journal. Experience of molecular toxicology/pharmacology would be a distinct advantage. Please note the Toxicology Unit, located at the University of Leicester, is currently in the process of transferring to the University of Cambridge. Legal transfer will take place in March 2018; the physical relocation is expected to take place in early 2020. Applications should include a CV; contact details of two referees and a one-page proposal describing your research interests.Further information can be found at: http://tox.mrc.ac.uk/*Appointment to MRC Band 3 requires significant relevant postdoctoral experience and evidence of a trajectory towards independence, including an excellent publication record.Funding is immediately available for these positions and applicants must be able to start employment as soon as possible.For full details of this post and to complete an online application, visit https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/705 and upload your CV along with a covering letter. Please quote reference TOX 655.Closing date: 10 October 2017
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Chemical Ecology of Disease Vectors Unit, Department of Plant Protection Biology|
The evolution of mosquito preference for humans|
The Department of Plant Protection is an interdisciplinary constellation with good opportunities for strong research collaboration within and outside the departmental area (www.slu.se/en/departments/plant-protection-biology/). World-leading research is conducted in chemical ecology/sensory biology, and successful research is also conducted in resistance biology and integrated plant protection. The research efforts are directed towards both fundamental and applied research. At the Department, one group focusses on the chemical ecology of disease vectors. Female mosquitoes are major vectors of human disease and the most dangerous are those that preferentially bite humans. Host selection and discrimination by mosquitoes are mainly odour mediated. Understanding the genetic causes and effects of host choice in sympatric, closely related species is challenging, controversial and of significant practical importance for controlling these rapidly evolving vectors (www.slu.se/en/cv/sharon-hill/; www.slu.se/en/cv/rickard-ignell/). Duties:The research describes the genetic mechanism linking the basic molecular building blocks of the peripheral olfactory system with the ‘inherent’ host preference displayed by sibling malaria mosquito species using suitable techniques. The postdoc will be involved in a project that identifies the genetic changes resulting in minor structural differences that change odorant receptor and receptor neuron response to host odours among three sibling species of malaria mosquitoes that display different preferences for humans as a host. To investigate the mechanism underlying such functional changes in the receptors due to polymorphisms, the receptors will be functionally assessed in response to host odours. These findings will subsequently be investigated at the receptor neuron and behavioural levels.Qualifications:The successful candidate will hold a PhD, issued no earlier than 3 years ago. Experience with common molecular biological techniques is a requirement. In addition, experience with cell-based membrane protein expression and assay systems is a significant asset. S/he should be fluent in spoken and written English, and have excellent communication skills. The candidate must demonstrate a solid ability to work independently to advance our research. The candidate should furthermore enjoy working in a group environment and have interest in mentorship.Place of work: Alnarp, SwedenForm of employment: Stipend 1 yearExtent: 100%, Full timeStarting date: 1 January 2018Application: We welcome your application marked Mosquito Postdoc.Please submit your application to associate professor Sharon Hill ([email protected]
) no later than 1 November 2017.Specific documents attached: Applications must contain (1) CV with full publications list, (2) copies of the two most important publications, (3) a description of research experiences, (4) a statement of scientific interests, as well as (5) contact information of two references.SLU is an equal opportunity employer.Further information:Sharon Hill, Associate professor+46(0)40 41 53 79 (office)+46(0)70 72 63 94 (mobile)[email protected]
/en/cv/sharon-hill/ Rickard Ignell, Head of department+46(0)40 41 53 [email protected]
www.slu.se/en/cv/rickard-ignell/The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) develops the understanding and sustainable use and management of biological natural resources. The university ranks well internationally within its subject areas. SLU is a research-intensive university that also offers unique degree programmes in for example rural development and natural resource management, environmental economics, animal science and landscape architecture. SLU has just over 3,000 employees, 5,000 students and a turnover of SEK 3 billion. The university has invested heavily in a modern, attractive environment on its campuses in Alnarp, Umeå and Uppsala.www.slu.se/en/ The Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science (LTV) at campus Alnarp has five departments. Education and research activities are focused around landscape architecture, horticulture, crop production and agriculture to meet the global challenge to provide the world’s growing population with food, clean water, fibres, materials and energy using sustainable methods.
Red - The Global SAP Solutions Provider|
Principal IT Architect We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to join our prestigious partner and take advantage of; higher salaries than market, training in best practice methodologies and latest technologies, unrivalled career development program and an environment best described as pragmatic & entrepreneurial.Accountabilities:Participation in challenging IT large scale projects for our domestic and multi-national customer baseAccess to cutting-edge innovation programs in order to grow your career with usExcellent networking and knowledge development base in Switzerland and internationallyWe offer you a work environment dominated by a strong team spirit that will allow you to develop both professionally and personallyGiven our customer base, our projects have a strong international flavour and offer you the chance to be self-motivated and creativeYou will join our motivated, multicultural team at their offices in Zurich, Basel or BernSkills/Experience:University degree (master's, MBA or PhD)Must have German fluent language skills5+ year's professional experience in IT Architecture Design and ImplementationGood understanding of and practical experience in multiple technology stacks as part of major vendor environments as SAP, Oracle and Open Source FrameworksStrong networking skills and ability to work with peopleStrong business & technology acumen in different industriesProven track record in IT/enterprise strategy and architecture developmentStrong experience and broad area of expertise in large scale technology or business transformation programs (enterprise-wide)RED have a well-established relationship with our client so if you are interested in the above and feel that your past experience fits our client's requirements, then please attach your latest CV and a current contact number and a member of our team will be in touch.
My client is currently looking for experience biostatisticians to join their statistics team as Senior/Principal Biostatisticians. They are a global and innovation-driven company, having a massive presence in the UK as well as other countries in Europe. They are now one of the leaders in pharmaceuticals and as a result, they are constantly expanding their oncology projects and working with multiple exclusive clients across the academic, research and healthcare industries. This is the perfect time to join such an ambitious, fast paced and expanding company where you can develop your career in biostatisticis.Within the Senior/Principal Biostatisitican role you will be leading within multiple projects at one time. You will work directly with a dynamic team who are bolstered with impressive experience and ambition. They are looking for candidates who have some, but not all, of the following experience:clinical trials experience, whether that be in the industry or in research/university hospitalsA Statistics or related MSc (PHD is desirable)Experience in SAS, STATA, R, or SPSS, with a preference on SASExperience in OncologyExperience in a CRO or Pharma Leadership skills - already leading multiple projectsIf you are interested and would like to learn more, please send your CV or contact Natalie PittmanAllegis Group Limited and Aston Carter Limited operate Employment Businesses and Agencies and are companies within the Allegis Group Inc. group of companies, the fourth largest staffing company in the world, (collectively referred to as the "Allegis Group"). TEKsystems and Aerotek are divisions of Allegis Group Limited. Applicant data will be treated in accordance with the Allegis Group's Privacy Notice. By submitting personal data to any company or division within the Allegis Group, the applicant is providing explicit consent to the use of such data by the Allegis Group and to the transfer of such data to and from the Allegis Group companies within the UK, Europe and outside the European Economic Area in connection with the fulfilment of the applicant's voluntary requests, and the fulfilment of other job opportunities that match the applicant's profile, and confirms that they may be contacted about such job opportunities.
University College London, Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering|
Research Associate in Histology Reconstruction|
Full TimeSalary: UCL Grade 7. £34,635 - £41,864 per annum, inclusive of London AllowanceThis project aims to construct a next-generation computational atlas of the human brain using ex vivo samples (histology, ex vivo MRI), along with companion tools that apply the atlas to the automated segmentation of in vivo scans in neuroimaging studies. The post-holder will develop automated or semi-automated methods for the reconstruction of the histological data, by taking advantage of heterogeneous sources of information (e.g., existing lower-resolution probabilistic atlases, manual segmentation, MRI scans). The post is funded for two years in the first instance. Applicants should have a PhD or equivalent research experience in biomedical analysis; and should have an Upper Second Honour Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a comparable subject. For further information, please refer to the job description and person specification at the bottom of this page. For further details about the vacancy and how to apply online please go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs/ and search on Reference Number 1667939For informal queries about the post or project please contact Dr Juan Eugenio Iglesias [email protected]
For any queries about the application process please contact Alexandra Ferrell [email protected]
Date: 29 September 2017Latest time for the submission of applications: 23.59.UCL Taking Action for EqualityTo apply please click https://atsv7.wcn.co.uk/saf/login.cgi?SID=b3duZXJ0eXBlPWZhaXImb3duZXI9NTA0MTE3OCZleHRlcm5hbD0yMzM3MDcmamNvZGU9MTY2NzkzOQ
Henry Hill & Associates Inc. (HHAI)|
Senior MANAGER, NEW PRODUCTS (Pharma) - 3080|
INDUSTRY SEGMENT: Pharmaceuticals DESCRIPTION: Our client, a fast growing pharmaceutical company, is currently searching for a Sr. Manager New Products to lead the commercial assessments of new products in the pharmaceutical industry. Working in close collaboration with your colleagues, you will drive new product business decisions and develop analytical strategies and solutions to optimize overall business performance. REQUIREMENTS FOR SR. MANAGER, NEW PRODUCTS - Candidates must have: Minimum 10 years of progressive pharmaceutical industry experience Minimium 3 years experience in a commercial product development role Bachelor's level degree, advanced Degree preferred (MBA, PhD, MD) In-depth knowledge of Health Canada guidelines and other regulatory requirement High Degree of financial and business acumen Excellent analytical and project management skills with a strong ability to manage multiple priorities We thank all interested applicants, but only those individuals meeting/exceeding the above requirements need apply. Since international travel to the USA and/or other countries may be required, valid documentation is necessary. To ensure your résumé is given processing priority, please include your current city of residence.