Senior Scientist, ElectrochemistrySalary Range: £32,500 £37,000Based in London and Hertfordshire My client is a UK based commercially focused consultancy, which addresses technical problems from industry...
Job Title: Senior Scientist - Immunohistochemistry
Contract: 12 months - Temporary
Location: Cambridge (Chesterford Research Park), Saffron Walden
Start date: February 2019
Rate: £35,000 equivalent per annum
SRG are working with a leading pharmaceutical company which specializes in Oncology and Translational Science. They are currently looking for a Senior Scientist to join their Translational Pathology Department at their site in Cambridge.
You will have the opportunity to impact an industry-leading portfolio of programs from early clinical development of novel therapeutics through post-marketing opportunities that support approved targeted therapies.
- Delivering biomarkers for clinical studies based on the best available science and technologies
- Generating disease linkage data to guide indication selection and targeted patient populations
- Measuring target engagement reliably and quantifiably to inform clinical decisions for selecting therapeutically relevant doses and schedules
- You will be defining novel mechanisms of resistance targeted therapies by studying tumors at relapse and delivering multiplex pathology assays using a variety of tissue-based methods.
Skills and experience:
- PhD or Master's degree with experience in a relevant field.
- Strong experience in manual and automated immunohistochemistry with experience in assay development for new biomarkers.
- Experience of multiplex immunohistochemistry in brightfield or fluorescence and troubleshooting of immunohistochemical assays.
- Experience in molecular pathology/cancer biology and peer-reviewed publications in the field of molecular pathology/cancer biology.
- Ability to lead from the bench in problem solving and the development of innovative solutions.
- Experience in one or more of the following areas: hormone receptor signaling, cell death modulators, immuno-oncology, DNA damage and repair.
- Experience of in situ hybridization and digital image analysis (desirable)
Please contact Rachael Usher () if you have any questions regarding this position: or alternatively, you can call Rachael at 0161 868 2250.
The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. SRG is a trading name of Science Recruitment Group Ltd an Employment Business/Agency.