- Research & Development
- Denmark - Måløv
What if you could help change the life of people with haemophilia by identifying and developing novel treatment options? Are you an experienced specialist who also uses your empathy and role model skills, e.g. openness, honesty, and inclusion, with your colleagues to foster innovative thinking and doing state-of-the art science?
Your chance to make a real difference is here.
About the department
We support the Novo Nordisk patient focused haemophilia portfolio with in vivo pharmacology data and expert knowledge on the pathophysiology as well as treatment of haemophilia.
The department comprises seven scientists with backgrounds in biology, human biology, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine, eight in vivo laboratory technicians, an in vivo laboratory technician trainee, two PhD-students, and an MSc student. Teamwork is valued and encouraged across the department, as well as in the projects.
You are expected to employ expert knowledge your personal relation building skills to lead the way for our haemophilia projects by participating in project groups, core teams, and by presenting at relevant board meetings. As study director you will oversee and guide state of the art in vivo research collaborating with others using and optimizing existing models as well as developing, validating, and implementing new models to constantly push the state of the art.
We offer an exciting and challenging job with good professional as well as personal development opportunities in an environment where people are important. You will find yourself in an inspiring and engaging environment, working with highly qualified and motivated scientists in multidisciplinary teams. Your will work in cross-organisational project teams, some of which you will lead either as project manager or pharmacology coordinator.
You are a proven expert (PhD level or beyond) on in vivo pharmacology and pathophysiology and you feel confident in collaborating as well as eventually leading others across professional fields. Industrial experience and/or experience within the field of coagulation/fibrinolysis research will be preferred, but your high potential and deep knowledge is more important.
As a person you are curious, innovative, and dynamic with a positive attitude to new ideas and people; you use your excellent communication skills in everything you do. International research experience will be considered a clear advantage.
For further information, please contact Tom Knudsen on +45 30751869.
15 November 2015.