The Richmond Research Institute is a not for profit organization focused on investigating the safety of medicines and dedicated to improving patient outcomes. Key areas of focus are cardiac safety, drug induced hepatic injury, physiological differences based on gender and ethnicity and clinical trials methodology. Considerable research into SARS CoV2 and infection related immunity versus vaccination induced immunity has also been conducted recently and is ongoing.
We are looking for an experienced Research Scientist to join our team, focused on engaging with academic and dedicated research bodies to develop opportunities to collaborate on research projects. Research will focus on the specific areas of core interest noted above and the successful candidate will need to demonstrate both an ability to identify potential partners for joint research as well as targeting suitable opportunities to secure grant funding with which to carry out unique research.
The role is likely to suit a highly academically achieved individual with a PhD or Medical Doctorate who has considerable experience in scientific and medical research. Evidence of successfully securing public and/or private grant funding to carry out research work is expected. A background in clinical trials and experience in cardiac safety or in hepatology would be highly advantageous. It is expected that applicants will have published articles in peer reviewed journals over the course of their career and will be able to point to previous, successful collaborations with respected institutions and organizations in the UK and internationally.
If you believe that you have the skills and experience to succeed in a role of this nature and would like to apply, please register your interest via this (BambooHR) platform. You will be asked to supply a current copy of your CV and basic contact details.
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