Senior ADME Scientist

  • Location

    Cambridgeshire

  • Sector:

    Pharmaceutical, Analytical Chemistry

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £30,000 - £45,000

  • Contact:

    Peter Rowland

  • Contact email:

    peter@rowlandtalent.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    0

  • Salary low:

    0

  • Job ref:

    RT605

  • Published:

    10 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-09-01

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Senior ADME Scientist to join a growing Pharmaceutical company in Cambridgeshire.

 

The role:

As a Senior ADME Scientist you will support drug discovery projects by designing and running bioanalytical assays to determine the metabolic fate of novel small molecule pharmaceuticals.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Carry out analytical assay development to solve specific and complex problems.
  • Work collaboratively with biology and chemistry to progress drug discovery projects.
  • Run a range of In vitro ADME assays (such as metabolic turnover assays and permeability assays)
  • Carry out a range of bioanalysis including cell-based assays and LC-MS/MS.
  • Write and present reports project teams.

 

 

Ideal candidates:

Will have a degree, Masters or PhD in Biochemistry or Chemistry (or related subject) and have experience working in ADME/ DMPK Bioanalysis. As a Senior ADME Scientist you will have experience in in-vitro ADME assays and bioanalysis including cell-based assays. Experience in mammalian cells, plate-based assays, protein analysis, metabolic turnover assays, permeability assays and mass spectroscopy (LC-MS/ QTOF) is highly desirable.

 

The company is rapidly growing and based within one of the leading scientific research and innovation hubs in the UK.

They offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package, and an opportunity to join a growing and rewarding company.  

 

 

 

Please note the company is unable to sponsor visas for candidates without eligibility to work in the UK

 

 

 

 

Key words: Bioanalysis, Bioanalytical, DMPK, ADME, Cell-based Assays, LC-MS, QTOF, Biochemist, Mammalian, invitro, Purification, Protein, metabolic turnover, permeability