For a young and innovative drug discovery company, we are looking for a (Senior) Scientist Structural Biology. Since their start in 2015, they have quickly developed into a stable biotechnology company, that is quickly expanding their activities. Their mission is to discover and develop new therapies and drugs for severe and neglected diseases. Their unique antibody technology allows for stabilising and researching “undruggable” membrane proteins, which opens a whole new world of possibilities for drug discovery screening.
You will join the Structural Biology group, which is key to the success of the organisation and consists of specialists in the GPCR field. The company has heavily invested in this group and therefore you will be able to use all state-of-the-art technologies. As (Senior) Scientist, you will set-up your own projects in the broader company strategy and guide one or two Research Associates. You will be able to quickly develop yourself in a fast-growing group and under the guidance of a Manager with extensive academic and industry experience.
Based on your previous GPCR experience, you will quickly bring value to the current programs. You will not only be working as a Structural Biologist, you will also be Project Member in drug discovery programs and have the opportunity to work as a Project Leader yourself. As the Structural Biology is key for the company, you will be heavily involved with the Biologists and the Chemists of the drug discovery teams.
In this position, you bring the following skills-set/experience:
Bringing protein biophysical characterisation (thermostability, (F-)SEC and/or IR,) and screening (SPR and/or thermal shift) is a plus.
You may expect:
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Consultant R&D | Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Industry