Senior Scientist (Pharmacokinetics / Bioanalytics)

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  1. Contract
  2. English
  3. Mid-Senior level
  4. Research & Development
  5. Basel
  6. Healthcare & Life Sciences
  7. Pharmacokinetics, Bioanalytics, PK, PD, TK, ADA, Flow Cytometry
For our client, an International firm within the Healthcare & Life Sciences based in Basel, Swisslinx is seeking a highly motivated individual to take on a challenging role as a Senior Scientist. This is a great opportunity to bring your proven knowledge and expertise to an organization that offers a dynamic working environment.

Job Title: Senior Scientist (Pharmacokinetics / Bioanalytics)
Duration: 6 months

Your mission:
- Design, develop, qualify and implement bioanalytical assays for PK, TK, PD and ADA assessment
- Support other bench scientists with troubleshooting for flow cytometry and cell based assays
- Deliver high quality data within defined timelines and aligned to current industry expectations
- Complete study sample analysis and draft the bioanalytical report in support of urgent project requests
- Represent the bioanalytical function on project teams and present results, data interpretation, timelines etc. at project team meetings
- Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to evaluate new bioanalytical technologies and solutions to support challenging project requests
- Provide Bx drug substance supply support to ISRM

Your background:
- M.S. or Ph.D. in biology, chemistry or biochemistry
- Minimum 3 years of relevant lab experience in a pharmaceutical, CRO or related industry
- Hands-on experience with the development of flow cytometry, cell based and ligand binding assays
- Demonstrated experience in authoring study reports and interpretation of bioanalytical data
- Strong understanding of immunoassay and good knowledge/skills in PK/PD and Immunogenicity
- General understanding of related bioanalytical techniques, PK/PD modeling, drug metabolism, toxicology and clinical pharmacology.
- Fluency in English

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