Senior Scientist, New Antibody Product Research

Employer
Location
Utrecht, Netherlands
Salary
Competitive salary and benefits
Posted
May 28, 2018
Closes
Jul 28, 2018
Education
PHD
Hours
Full Time

Senior Scientist, New Antibody Product Research

You will work in multidisciplinary international project teams to discover and develop antibody therapeutics. As a (senior) Scientist in the New Antibody Products Research department you will work on the development of ground-breaking new medicines from concept to clinical candidate by the design and execution of cutting-edge research.

Key Accountabilities

You work with internal and external parties in project and expert teams on preclinical therapeutic antibody discovery.

You work together with one or more research associates on the discovery of new antibody based product concepts.

You will investigate the mechanism of action and activity of these antibodies in vitro and in vivo. You contribute to the preclinical proof of concept of new antibody based products.

You carry out scientific evaluations to identify novel targets for therapeutic antibodies and to select suitable disease indications.

You record scientific results in the appropriate manner. You will actively contribute to scientific publications and presentations and you will support patent applications, and the documentation critical to enter the next stages of product development.

As part of the New Antibody Products department, you are part of a group of strong scientists and research associates with state-of-the-art knowledge of the antibody and oncology field.

Skills & Experience

You are on your way to become the best in your area of expertise. You follow new scientific developments closely and take an active role in your field of knowledge. You take initiative and strive to achieve the goals that are important to Genmab. You enjoy working in a team and your enthusiasm inspires others.

Moreover, you meet the following professional requirements:

You are a PhD with at least 3 years of relevant work experience.

You have work experience in the field of immunology or oncology.

You have affinity with medicine and translating clinical observations into laboratory research.

You have excellent communicative and relational skills and you master the English language.