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IntiQuan is seeking a (Junior) Modeling and Simulation Scientist to join our team

From: Henning Schmidt <>
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2021 06:49:59 +0200

Dear all,

please find below our newest available position. Also posted at:

If you want to get a feeling on how we work - feel free to register for our
MIDD Webinar Series (today Module 2 starts, focusing on NLME modeling).
Free registration from here:

Best wishes,

*IntiQuan is seeking a (Junior) Modeling and Simulation Scientist to join
our team *

Are you up for a challenge? At IntiQuan, we support clients around the word
with state-of-the art Modelling and Simulation in Pharmacometrics and
Quantiative Systems Pharmacology. Would you like to work in a small and
tightly-knit team supporting our clients on their mission to improve the
lives of patients? *We are looking for a (Junior) Modelling and Simulation
Scientist to join our team.*

*Key Responsibilities*

· Develop and run models, analyses and simulations to inform d=
development efforts, e.g. population pharmacokinetic (PK), pharmacodynamic
(PD), exposure-response, disease progression, and/or systems pharmacology
models and simulations

· Perform quality control of modeling and simulation analyses =

· Prepare scientific reports, manuscripts, and presentations a=
participate in client meetings

· Develop innovative approaches to conduct analyses and simula=
supporting biomedical decision making

· Go from data to insights, i.e. together with the team turn d=
into a comprehensive story and sound recommendations for our clients

· Contribute to IntiQuan’s success by supporting our c=
lients in
collaboration with the team

· Grow, both professionally and personally, to become a true e=
in Modelling & Simulation

*Your Profile*

· You are interested in the pharmaceutical industry, specifica=
in drug development, computational modelling and pharmacology

· You have an excellent, documented academic track record with=
M.S. or Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Science, Mathematics, Engineering,
Physics, Pharmacometrics, Bioinformatics, or a related quantitative field;
additional postdoctoral experience is a plus

· You have a solid understanding of advanced mathematics inclu=
differential equations, and modelling of dynamic data

· You are a power user of one or more script-able modelling an=
simulation language, e.g.. R or MATLAB; experience with domain-specific
modelling software (e.g. NONMEM or MONOLIX) is a plus

· You are fluent in English (oral and written); additional
languages, e.g. German, are a plus

· You enjoy working in a young, dynamic team; at the same time=
can work independently

Workplace: Basel, Switzerland

We look forward to receive your application (CV and cover letter) at

*Who we are*

IntiQuan ( is a consulting company working in
Pharmacometric and QSP modelling & simulation, supporting clients with
dedicated high-quality analyses from preclinical to registration. In
addition, IntiQuan develops state-of-the-art computational tools and
workflow approaches supporting our own business and that of our clients. We
believe in excellent science to help our clients improve the lives of


Henning Schmidt, PhD
Managing Director

IntiQuan GmbH
Elisabethenstrasse 23 [see map] <>
4051 Basel, Switzerland
Tel: +41 76 603 28 06

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Received on Tue Jun 15 2021 - 00:49:59 EDT

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