Imaging Specialist – Clinical Biomarkers
Imaging specialist, in the Department of Clinical Biomarkers.
Join our community of specialists and take part in the journey of restoring brain health
Are you passionate about contributing to the development of new treatments for restoring brain health? And do you want to be part of a team that works tirelessly towards developing biomarkers to help the development and assessment of efficacy of new treatments? This is your chance! We are looking for an Imaging Specialist to join the Clinical Biomarkers Department. We are a team of six people with multidisciplinary competence ranging from fluid biomarkers, molecular imaging, structural and functional brain imaging, to EEG and digital biomarkers. Our group belongs to Experimental Medicine within Clinical Development at Lundbeck.
Location – Denmark, Copenhagen.
Why should you be part of our journey?
The development and validation of imaging biomarkers for neurological and psychiatric disorders is very challenging, requires high-level of competence, and cross-function interaction within the organization. This makes the position a unique opportunity to contribute to the development of new treatments for specific disease indications with clear unmet need. As part of our Team, you will work closely with colleagues from research, clinical pharmacology, and therapeutic area in clinical development. Working in our Department will therefore provide a unique learning of the organization and its value chain and a great development opportunity for you.
In Lundbeck, our commitment is embedded in our Danish heritage, our solid foundation ownership, and our culture of innovation. To us, it is essential that Lundbeck is a place where you grow and thrive both personally and professionally.
Together, we are creating a brighter future for people living with brain diseases. That is our promise to each other and to the world.
Lundbeck offers a great workplace that is based on a flat structure, forming a
collaborative working environment based on respect and equality. We employ dedicated colleagues and encourage continuous development. Together, we create the ideal conditions for you and your job, so we can create better conditions for patients.
Highlights from responsibilities
You will be responsible for designing and implementing the Biomarker strategy for programs that have a specific focus on Neurodegeneration, Neuroinflammation and Neuroimmunology. Your main responsibility will be as Imaging Specialist, with special
focus and knowledge of structural MRI, but you will also be responsible for integrating the strategy with Biomarkers (e.g., fluid biomarkers) from other specialist areas. You will represent the Department in focus teams and task forces and work with different stakeholders from other lines within Research and Development. As part of your work, you will also be responsible for operational aspects related to your area, including interaction with Imaging vendors and CROs. This means that you might be asked to travel for business purposes if required.
Our preferred candidate has the following professional and personal qualifications:
- PhD and research post-graduate work (post-doc or research fellowship)
- Previous experience from clinical trials in Neurodegenerative, Neuroinflammatory or Neuroimmunological disorders
- Technical expertise in MRI image processing and data analysis
- Additional value will be given to experience with fluid biomarkers and electrophysiological biomarkers
- Ability to work flexibly and proactively in a team
- Collaborative mindset and skilled in interpersonal interactions and stakeholder management
- Experience in working in pharma and a multicultural environment
- Proficient in spoken and written English
Want to learn more?
For further information, please contact Andrea Varrone on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Applications must be received no later than November 17, 2022.
Tirelessly dedicated to restoring brain health, so every person can be their best.
With too many people living with brain diseases around the world, our purpose couldn't be more important or more worth striving for. Every day we work tirelessly to change the outcome for these people. We are a community of specialists fiercely dedicated to restoring brain health, drawing on, and embracing, the uniqueness of every employee.
Our global footprint
Our approximately 5,300 employees in more than 50 countries are engaged across the entire value chain throughout research, development, production, marketing, and sales. Our research programs tackle some of the most complex challenges in neuroscience, and our pipeline is focused on bringing forward transformative treatments for brain diseases for which there are few, if any therapeutic options. We have research facilities in Denmark and the United States, and our production facilities are located in Denmark, France and Italy. Lundbeck generated revenue of DKK 16.3 billion in 2021 (EUR 2.2 billion; USD 2.6 billion).