The Formulation Scientist should demonstrate ability to work on complex activities requiring analyses and in-depth evaluation of various factors and capable of solving problems of increasing complexity and independent data interpretation.
Reviews documents for financial, administrative, and operational compliance including submission components such as budget, direct and indirect costs, MTDC, TDC, description of F & A equipment, memorandums of understanding, cover letter, statement of work.
Responsible for researching emerging information technology trends related to Surface Transportation, evaluating existing and potential ramifications on the services we provide, and supporting the implementation of technology in the transportation space.
Designing and building algorithms and predictive models using techniques such as linear and logistic regression, support vector machines, ensemble models (random forest and/or gradient boosted trees), neural networks, and clustering techniques.
The Medical Ontology Research (MOR) project requires the services of an experienced programmer to develop and maintain software tools in support of research at the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications (LHNCBC), National Library of Medicine (NLM).
In this role, you will demonstrate a commitment to continuing education by attending workshops and webinars for professional development and regularly review professional literature. You will align with specific practice groups to support their long-term goals, business development, competitive intelligence and resource needs.
The successful candidate will develop and optimize cutting-edge diagnostic technologies for use as an IVD. Background in product development for Class II and III assays is preferred. Expertise in design control desired.
Interact regularly and independently with clients/sponsors and related parties. Typically interact at the "peer equivalent" level, and have some level of interaction at senior level. Effectively represent CNA as an organization.