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Job opportunity at the Centre for Human Drug Research, Leiden, The Netherlands

From: Jasper Stevens <JStevens>
Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2016 15:01:16 +0000

The Centre for Human Drug Research in Leiden, The Netherlands, is looking for an experienced Pharmacometrician
The Job

- The pharmacometrician has expertise in PK-PD modelling, disease modelling and trial simulation in the context of pharmaceutical research and development, preferably demonstrated by a track record of peer-reviewed publications.

- Modelling will be primarily on data obtained at CHDR. These data increasingly require integration with preclinical information, the use of systems biology and physiological modelling techniques and experience with this are required. The results of the analyses will be used for study reports, but also for articles and theses.

- The pharmacometrician must have an academic background in medicine, biology, pharmacology or a related field. An advanced proficiency with pharmacometric/statistical software tools, e.g. NONMEM, R, SAS is required.
When can you start?

- Start: We are looking for a person who can start at short notice.

- Salary: The salary is dependent upon background and experience.

- Language: CHDR and Leiden University have an increasingly international work force and English is used throughout CHDR, employing many international students and professionals.
How to apply:

- Send your application with CV to the HR Department at CHDR (attn. Margreet ten Kate: PZ

- If you require further information please call at +31 71 5246400 to discuss with Prof. Koos Burggraaf or e-mail (kb

- If preferred, one of our senior staff members can contact you at a suitable time to discuss this opportunity.
About CHDR

- CHDR (Centre for Human Drug Research) is a clinical pharmacology institute in Leiden, the Netherlands.

- The research is primarily focussed on testing the effects of innovative medicines on humans and the development of biomarkers in early phases of development.

- CHDR is also a major training site for clinical pharmacologists, many of whom work on a PhD-thesis during their training.

- CHDR is actively involved in the training of medical and biomedical students at Leiden University
Key competencies include:

- team player,

- accurate,

- able to work independently,

- anticipating and entrepreneurial

Jasper Stevens PhD
Centre for Human Drug Research
Zernikedreef 8
2333 CL Leiden
The Netherlands
T +31 (0) 71 5246462

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Received on Fri Jun 17 2016 - 11:01:16 EDT

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