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[NMusers] SENIOR LECTURER IN APPLIED PHARMACOKINETICS AND PHARMACODYNAMICS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

From: Kayode Ogungbenro <Kayode.Ogungbenro_at_manchester.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2016 12:33:11 +0000

THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER


MANCHESTER PHARMACY SCHOOL


SENIOR LECTURER IN APPLIED PHARMACOKINETICS AND PHARMACODYNAMICS




The Manchester Pharmacy School (MPS) and its Centre for Applied Pharmacokin=
etic Research (CAPKR) invite applications for the position of Senior Lectur=
er. CAPKR’s high volume of research in quantitative prediction of human d=
rug metabolism and pharmacokinetics (DMPK) has established MPS as a world-l=
eading centre of excellence in this area. Our goal is to advance translatio=
n from in vitro to in vivo within physiologically-based paradigms and under=
 different pathological conditions in order to improve safe use of medicine=
s and provide the right dose to the patients. The physiologically-based pha=
rmacokinetic (PBPK) models and prediction strategies developed and populari=
sed by our DMPK group are now an integral part of drug development and drug=
 regulatory submissions.



The Manchester Pharmacy School is seeking to appoint a motivated, dynamic a=
nd enthusiastic academic with outstanding research skills to develop and de=
liver DMPK research, with a specific focus of expertise in biologics. Invol=
vement in precision medicines would also be encouraged. The post holder is =
expected to have an excellent track record of publications and securing res=
earch grants. The candidate will complement existing MPS strengths and expe=
rtise in the areas of drug metabolism and transporters, PBPK modelling and =
pharmacometrics (for details see http://sites.pharmacy.manchester.ac.uk/cap=
kr/). Successful candidate is expected to work closely with colleagues in C=
APKR, in addition to interdisciplinary work with research institutes elsewh=
ere in the University of Manchester. The candidate is also expected to have=
 a significant teaching input, develop and contribute to initiatives that a=
im to enhance the current MPharm and postgraduate programmes. To provide te=
aching leadership in the pharmaceutical sciences that underpins excellence =
in the practice of pharmacy.



Successful candidate will possess postgraduate degree in a subject relevant=
 to the role. A record of strong academic, industrial, and/or organizationa=
l leadership and collaboration, as well as evidence of excellent teaching a=
nd communication skills will strengthen the application. A competitive sala=
ry is offered corresponding with the candidate’s experience and skills. T=
he University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applica=
tions from all sections of the community.


Application instructions and a complete job description can be found at h=
ttp://www.pharmacy.manchester.ac.uk/
https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=11261
For informal enquiries about this position, please contact the search chair=
, Aleksandra Galetin, Ph.D. (Aleksandra.Galetin_at_manchester.ac.uk)


Received on Mon Apr 18 2016 - 08:33:11 EDT

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