This role will be part of Kaplans research core and is tasked with creating archivable internal research and research communication as well as production of public-facing outputs and engagement with external actors.
Your primary role will be to carry out the design, synthesis, purification and analysis of new materials for commercial applications. You will use your ability, experience and knowledge to develop materials.
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.
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.
In this role, you will be responsible for general laboratory and operational support. Including providing logistical support for samples and compounds management, ordering supplies and carrying out general bench work activities.
The incumbent will perform pre-analytic, analytic and in some cases post-analytic laboratory duties such as chemical, microscopic, and/or bacteriologic tests and verifies results for use in the diagnosis and/or treatment of disease.
The successful candidate will be expected to work with global multidisciplinary project teams to develop innovative therapeutic strategies based on pre-clinical models to guide the clinical development of key oncology drug candidates.
Develops and manages independent grant portfolio; Designs, develops, or adapts equipment used in experiments or research to obtain desired results;Performs and supervises those procedures which require a highly developed technical skill.
The Researcher will be involved in a team effort to invent, develop and demonstrate electrochemical processes for the fabrication of advanced logic and memory devices such as High electron mobility transistors (HEMT), Phase Change memory (PCM) and Magnetic memory systems (MRAM).
The candidates are expected to apply silicon microfabrication technology, integrated with laboratory techniques such as electrochemistry, to fabricate nanomaterials and nanodevices for biomedical applications, and further develop standard procedure towards cGMP manufacture towards clinical translation.