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The Quantitative Biology and Biophysics Department in Lilly Research Laboratories is seeking a highly experienced in vitro pharmacologist to join our team located at Lilly Corporate Center, Indianapolis, IN. Do you have expertise in mechanistic pharmacology, cell biology, biophysics and chemoproteomics? If you have experience enabling flow schemes, directing research strategy and have a solid understanding of the drug discovery process we're looking for your expertise. Our dynamic team of scientists have excelled at bringing life-saving and life-changing medicines to patients. We'd love for you to be a part of our efforts!
Some key responsibilities in this role:
- Provide support and expertise to drug discovery programs across different therapeutic areas, from target validation to clinical candidate selection.
- Lead project strategy and direction in collaboration with the Therapeutic Area, Chemistry and Structural Biology.
- Determine options for hit identification approaches.
- Investigate molecular mechanisms leading to pharmacological effect as well as the mode of action of compounds at cellular level.
- Design workplans for target enablement as well as flow-schemes for project progression
- Follow up clinical observations and work backward to uncover their mechanistic basis.
- Collaborate on multidisciplinary teams, presenting scientific data in support of research projects.
Required Education and Experience:
- Ph.D. in biochemistry, cell biology, molecular pharmacology or related subject areas, with a strong publication record.
- 6 or more years of experience in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry beyond education or training
Additional preferred skills:
- Strong capability to collaborate with scientist in multiple disciplines
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong work ethic. Scientific curiosity. Can do, will do attitude.
- Postdoctoral experience in the area of biological sciences would be considered an advantage.
- Knowledge of the biology of multiple target classes (enzymes, GPCRs, NHRs, transcription factors).
- Experience/knowledge in one or more of the following therapeutic areas: Oncology, Immunology, Cardiovascular, Metabolic Diseases, and Neurosciences.
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