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Reader/Professor of Pharmacometrics

From: Alison Thomson <alison.h.thomson>
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2010 18:12:04 +0000


Applications are invited for up to a Professor/Reader level appointment in =
Pharmacometrics based in the Strathclyde Institute for Pharmacy and Biomedi=
cal Sciences (SIPBS). You will be expected to perform research and develop =
methodology in the experimental design and modelling of drug pharmacokineti=
cs/dynamics and to primarily apply them to clinical data, to address the un=
met needs of specific groups, including paediatric patients and the elderly=
. You will have the opportunity to interact closely with formulation and dr=
ug delivery research scientists within SIPBS and will be expected to build =
on our existing partnerships with NHS Scotland and the pharmaceutical indus=
try, to establish new collaborative initiatives and to develop a vibrant an=
d successful research team.

Applications are particularly encouraged from those with an interest in cli=
nical pharmacokinetic/dynamic research in the areas of paediatrics, elderly=
 or infection. These areas will benefit from existing expertise and potent=
ial collaborations within SIPBS. We also welcome applications from candida=
tes with an industry background and experience in optimising drug developme=
nt and clinical trial design using advanced pharmacokinetic/dynamic techniq=
ues and candidates with an engineering or statistics background and experti=
se in modelling and simulation.

You will have an excellent record of research with high quality publication=
s. You will contribute to the development of an internationally-renowned C=
entre for Medicines Innovation in SIPBS and to an extensive network of coll=
aborations across SIPBS, the University, the Pharmaceutical Industry and NH=
S Scotland. You will be expected to make a significant contribution to SIP=
BSí external research profile, generate new funding streams and grant inc=
ome and to provide leadership in developing multidisciplinary research proj=
ects and publications.

In addition to a competitive salary, assistance with start-up research cost=
s will also be made available.


Further information can be obtained from Dr Alison Thomson (alison.h.thomso=
len (a.mullen
February 2010. Applications should be lodged with Human Resources, Univers=
ity of Strathclyde, McCance Building, 16 Richmond Street, Glasgow, G1 1XQ, =
by Monday 15 March

The University of Strathclyde is a charitable body. registered in Scotland,=
 number SCO15263
Received on Tue Feb 09 2010 - 13:12:04 EST

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