The Senior Scientist will serve as a PK/PD analyst and Pharmacometrican to support Amgen Development and Discovery programs across Therapeutic Areas. The Senior Scientist will participate on cross-functional compound development project teams.
Conduct usability assessments of websites and mobile apps with heuristics, best practices and accessibility guidelines. Conduct client workshops for research requirements, proto-personas, and use cases.
In this role, the selected candidate must have a direct experience in determining the success of cell transfection using techniques such as reporter gene assays, protein analysis (western blot), real-time qPCR for mRNA quantitation, enzymatic assays, etc.
Supports and provides oversight to staff with regards to safety in clinical trials to: Review and provide input and support on study protocols, statistical analysis plans and other clinical study-related documents.
In this role, the selected candidate will lead design, creation, implementation, optimization, analysis and results interpretation of diagnostic assay products supporting the development of companion therapeutic products.
The candidate should enjoy working with a team of scientists in a fast-paced and highly cross-disciplinary environment; the individual will be responsible for providing scientific initiatives and technical expertise in experimental design, execution and data analysis.
Supporting the development and execution of US product medical strategy, via the US Medical Plan, including launch support and lifecycle management, in collaboration with Product Team/Portfolio Governance and alignment with Global strategy.
In this role, the selected candidate will research organization with significant proprietary technology in cancer diagnostic medicine developing reliable and robust non-invasive platforms for diagnosis, patient stratification and treatment response monitoring seeks a Scientist to lead the development, implementation and validation of assays quantifying interactions between labeled antibodies and cancer targets for diagnostic purposes.