| || 225487BR |
| || PhD Student (m/f) “Analytics for Biologics” |
| || Novartis Technical Operations |
| || NTO BTDM |
| || Germany |
| || Oberhaching (near Munich) |
| || Hexal AG |
| || Interns/Students on Novartis Payroll |
| || Part Time |
| || Internship |
| || • PhD position in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN) “Analytics for Biologics” composed of 11 European academic and industrial institutions.
• Research topic of this PhD position is “Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism: Analysis of therapeutic species in complex matrices” with the goal to better understand the pharmacokinetics and metabolism of complex molecules (e.g. monoclonal antibodies and other therapeutic proteins). The PhD-Student will develop in vitro incubation methods for therapeutic proteins to simulate in vivo conditions and analytical methods applying besides others liquid chromatographic and mass spectrometric methods.
• Within her/his respective project, each PhD student will receive a background in production, analysis and economic exploitation of therapeutic proteins, and training in relevant soft skills. This training will be provided during dedicated Training Schools, soft skills training sessions and a number of workshops to be hosted at the different partner institutions.
• A mobility rule applies for this ITN, notably applicants must not have spent more than 12 months in the country of the host institution within the 3 years immediately prior to their recruitment.
| || • Master of Science degree (or equivalent) with outstanding performance.
• Applicants must be in the first four years of their research careers and have not been awarded a doctoral degree.
• Experience in protein analytics, biotechnology and biochemistry is a plus
• Excellent English skills
• Please provide with your application the following:
o A detailed Curriculum Vitae
o A personal statement describing interests, confirming readiness to move to the host institution and awareness of mobility opportunities within this 3-year PhD program
o Two academic references