[R] Vacancy Principal Postdoc PK-PD modeling The Netherlands

From: beukerspkpd <beukerspkpd_at_lacdr.leidenuniv.nl>
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 14:36:02 +0100


Principal Post-Doctoral Fellow
PKPD modelling platform (full time)

Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands

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Job description


TOP Institute Pharma (TI Pharma) has granted our proposal to set up a mechanism-based PK-PD modelling platform. This platform focuses on the transfer of knowledge from academia to the pharmaceutical industry and is a collaborative effort of four excellent academic institutes and six leading global pharmaceutical industries. Unique to this platform is the availability of shared databases on disease and drug related parameters.

The aim of the platform is to provide a scientific basis for rational drug discovery and development with a strong focus on priority medicines. In total 11 PhD students and 7 post-doctoral fellows are employed by the platform. Three working groups have been established which will address the following challenges 1) to develop mechanism-based PK-PD models to characterise disease progression, 2) to predict the effects of ageing on clinical response and 3) to create a translational research framework that allows extrapolation of preclinical to clinical and epidemiological findings. The approach is based on hierarchical models and relies on the use of advanced statistical software tools such as NONMEM, WINBUGS and R.

To ensure the development of a conceptual research framework beyond the specific scientific questions being addressed by the working groups and enable cross-fertilisation of skills, a position has been created for a principal post doctoral fellow. This appointment also offers the possibility for a tenure track into an academic career.

Requirements


The post-doctoral fellow should have the following background and competencies:

Organisation


The Leiden Division of Pharmacology at the Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research (LACDR) has a long-standing expertise in the development of Pharmacokinetic/Pharmacodynamic (PK-PD) models to predict efficacy and safety of drugs. Given the nature of this project, the main task of the principal post-doctoral fellow will be to coach the PhD students and postdocs within the platform, to support model building and simulation and to identify underlying general principles shared among individual projects.

Conditions of employment


The employment for this position will be full time for 4 years.

Additional conditions of employment:

You will work as a team member of a TI Pharma project. The project team comprises academic and industrial partners. In this case, the partners are: University of Leiden, University of Groningen, the University Medical Center of Utrecht, the Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam and the companies Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, GSK, Nycomed, Organon/Schering Plough and Pfizer. You will attend a unique drug discovery education and training program offered by TI Pharma.

Additional Information


Additional information can be obtained through one of the following links:

http://www.lacdr.nl

Application


You can apply by sending your application to:

Contact person

Dr. O. Della Pasqua

Division of Pharmacology, Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research

Leiden, The Netherlands

Odp72514_at_gsk.com

+44 7876031907

Margot Beukers, PhD

Project Manager

TI Pharma PK PD Modeling Platform

Availability (CET):

Monday: 12.30 - 16.30

Wednesday: 07.30 -16.30

Thursday: 07.30 -11.30

Friday: 12.30 - 16.30

Gorlaeus Laboratories, HB811, Leiden University

Einsteinweg 55

2333 CC, Leiden, The Netherlands

Email: beukerspkpd AT lacdr DOT leidenuniv DOT nl <mailto:beukerspkpd_at_lacdr.leidenuniv.nl>

Tel: +31-71-5276276

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