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Senior Scientist
Location : Massachusetts, Cambridge
Refer job # MVXA5868
A state of the art multi-modal, small animal imaging laboratory that supports Drug Discovery & Development, and Translational Sciences seeks Senior Scientist. The candidate will provide advanced nuclear medicine expertise (PET/SPECT) in the context of a multi-modal imaging laboratory: Develop, evaluate and validate; novel radioisotope imaging probes to monitor disease and drug treatment effects; and advanced imaging acquisition and analysis techniques. Assist with and lead the development and implementation of in vivo imaging in oncology, including hands-on experimentation. Collaborate with cancer pharmacologists, biologists, histopathologists, and biochemists in the generation of novel animal models, imaging biomarkers, and drug efficacy read-outs. Represent Imaging and Discovery departments for biomarker planning for clinical research and development of molecules. Initiate extramural collaborations and CRO imaging investigations. Produce timely and comprehensive internal and external reports, publications, and presentations of research. Should have a Ph.D. in bioimaging or in vivo radiochemistry with nuclear imaging expertise with 4 - 6 years academic and pharmaceutical industry experience. Advanced imaging acquisition in nuclear medicine, e.g. dynamic imaging, and multi tracer imaging required. Understanding of basic biology, pharmacology, small animal imaging and oncology required. Should be familiar with data processing, analysis and modeling. Should have strong collaboration skills and a rich understanding of imaging applications and physics to facilitate cross-modal studies. In addition, as a group leader in nuclear imaging, this scientist will interface with pharmacologists, biologists, chemists, and business units in both pre-clinical and clinical development and, therefore, must be a good communicator with management and teamwork skills.
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