The Senior Research Scientist position will have responsibilities that include directing terminology and ontology development, electronic medical record (EMR) data characterization and quality checking, EMR data integration, and development of clinical research informatics and clinical informatics applications.
in this role, you will be leading process development activities to execute large molecule downstream processing including lab-scale process development, in-process assay support, and process scale-up/scale-down.
r work will directly impact millions of our customers in the form of products and services that make use of speech and language technology; track record of thought leadership and contributions that have advanced the field.
The current position is in Late Development (LD) and requires supporting the Daratumumab development program, specifically for phase 3 cancer studies in Multiple Myeloma, supporting the Study Responsible Physician (SRP).
In this role, you will research, prototype, and implement advanced analytics algorithms (descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive) formixed-modalitydigital health data, including textual, categorical, numerical, and imaging data.
In this role, the selected candidate will act as primary liaison for assigned study sites while on-site to convey project information, answer questions and resolve site related issues in accordance with the CTM escalation pathway to the Lead Clinical Research Associate (CRA).
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for developing analytical methods for metabolite profiling including troubleshooting technical and methodological issues; responsible for executing metabolism profiling studies for project compounds and contributing to overall metabolism report writing and review.
To operate and manage histoprocessing, automated staining, microscopy equipment. Motivation to maintain fluency in state-of-the-art research techniques related to skin cell biology, morphology and phenotyping through literature survey, scientific meeting attendance, and collaborative engagement.
The movement disorders group within the merck discovery neuroscience department is seeking a motivated, enthusiastic and technically skilled scientist with strong cell biology and biochemistry expertise in cns drug discovery to join our west point-based team.