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Jobs in Network Pharmacology (e-Therapeutics, Oxford)

last modified Jul 18, 2013 01:02 PM

Research Scientist - Computational Biology

e-Therapeutics is a well-funded, fast-growing, biotechnology firm that is a pioneer in the new discipline of network pharmacology. We are based near Oxford in the UK. We are looking for people to design, pilot, build, and test computational tools for drug discovery. Candidates should have a PhD in a numerate discipline such as statistics, physics, computational biology, computational chemistry, etc. They should also have experience in developing and applying data-driven, computational approaches to real world problems. Bioinformatics experience is not a pre-requisite. The successful candidates will work in small teams that include experienced scientists from the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries. They must be keen to develop knowledge in biology, chemistry and drug discovery.

Senior Scientist - Drug Discovery

e-Therapeutics is a well-funded, fast-growing, biotechnology firm that is a pioneer in the new discipline of network pharmacology. We are based near Oxford in the UK. We are looking to hire PhD level scientists with at least 5 years' experience of research in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries. Their job will be to link bioinformatics and computational biology with the practicalities of pharmaceutical research and early development. Applicants may have backgrounds including - but not limited to - medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, discovery DMPK, pre-clinical development, etc. The successful candidate will be highly numerate and should have, or be keen to develop, an interest in data analysis, computational biology, and disease process modelling.

Each applicant must submit, along with their CV/resume, a letter that explains why they would fit in at a company that is using computational biology and network science for drug discovery. For more information http://www.etherapeutics.co.uk/Information/careers.html