The Center for Integration of Science and Industry has multiple openings for Post-Doc opportunities. These positions are grant-funded positions and are renewed annually based on performance and funding levels.
The Center's mission is to accelerate the process by which scientific discoveries are translated to create public value. Specifically, the Center's research focuses on developing an integrated understanding of the ecosystem for biomedical innovation, focused on the synergistic roles of science and business in developing successful products and companies. Fellows with a background in biomedical or pharmaceutical sciences will have the opportunity to learn principles of business, finance, and public policy, as well as their impact on the efficiency of translational science. Fellows will also have the opportunity to learn advanced data analytical skills.
This fellowship is particularly appropriate for individuals exploring a transition from biomedical science to a career in industry, consulting or public policy.
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The Post-Doctoral Fellow carries out a research program under the guidance of a faculty member.
Conducting a research program focused on the advance of basic and translational science, clinical development of new drugs, finance of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology business models, and the role of government in biomedical innovation and measures of social value and the social return on public and private investment.
Authoring manuscripts in peer reviewed journals and working papers.
Representing the Center’s research at scientific and industry meetings.
Supervise graduate and undergraduate student researchers.
Candidates should have a doctorate degree, or equivalent terminal degree, in a relevant field of biomedical science, bioinformatics, biochemistry, pharmaceutical science, public health, or public policy.
Applicants with professional interest in business or public policy are encouraged to apply.
Individuals must be proficient in routine computer applications, such as Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word), and have familiarity with common statistical methods.
Applicants with working knowledge of statistical software (SPSS, SAS), programming/scripting languages (SQL, R, or Python), visualization platforms (Tableau), or cloud computing (Azure/AWS) are encouraged to apply.
Individuals with industry experience, and those exploring a transition from biomedical science to careers in the biopharmaceutical industry, consulting, or investment are particularly encouraged to apply.
Office hybrid work environment; three days a week on site required.
Typical office setting with extensive sitting and computer work.
Ability to travel within and possibly outside of campus for work related meetings and events