AbbVie Associate Scientist I/II, Drug Metabolism in North Chicago, Illinois
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AbbVie is seeking a highly motivated Associate Scientist I/II to join our Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics (DMPK) team in North Chicago. In this exciting role, you will be expected contribute to the success of drug candidates through phases of drug discovery and development.
The ideal candidate will have a strong background quantitative laboratory methods and mammalian cell culture. The position will require ability to generate precise, reliable and reproducible data in a timely manner. Demonstrate strong data interpretation skills, ability to troubleshoot experiments and instrumentation, ability to learn and understand new experimental techniques and be able to place data in proper scientific context by consulting and citing relevant literature.
Applicants having significant experience in drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics or hepatocyte biology principles is desirable. The position will involve the conduct of routine and non-routine assays. Present data clearly and thoroughly in both one-on-one and group meetings with clear and precise graphs/charts/ tables. Provide written summary reports as appropriate. Learn and share knowledge with colleagues and participate in internal and potentially external poster presentation opportunities.
Core responsibilities include:
Conducting routine and non-routine in vitro ADME assays, generating high quality, reproducible, impactful data that enables decision making.
Writing and reviewing reports suitable for regulatory agency submission
Analyze and critique results, noting significant deviations.
Troubleshoot experiments and instrumentation.
Place data in proper scientific context by consulting and citing relevant literature.
Bachelor’s Degree with typically 3 or more years’ experience or Master’s Degree and no additional experience required.
Theoretical and practical knowledge to carry out job function.
Necessary skills include: Pipetting, cell culture, quantitative analysis. Experience in primary cell culture (e.g. hepatocytes), radioisotope work, electronic lab notebooks, would be advantageous.
Strong report-writing and communication skills.
Learning mindset with ability to problem-solve.
Team player who enjoys a research-driven environment.
Job level will be commensurate with experience
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