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Principal Scientist Medicinal Chemistry Novartis NIBR East Bay

Science and Research

Chemistry

Yearly

No

Emeryville, California, United States

600<br><br>Is the number of chemists globally at the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR) who will be your colleagues, collaborators, mentors, and guides in the creation of new medicines. Global Discovery Chemistry, working across seven disease areas at NIBR, is seeking a highly talented and motivated chemist to join our team in Emeryville, CA.<br><br>Here, we value your ideas, professional development, and career aspirations. You will collaborate with and learn from curious colleagues across multiple scientific disciplines; you will have opportunities to explore the power of cutting-edge science and technology; you will be empowered to take smart risks and to use your creativity and resourcefulness to tackle the world’s toughest medical challenges.<br><br>We are looking for individuals with expertise in chemical science and scientific leadership skills. Successful candidates are:<br>(1) Insightful, collaborative, and decisive project contributors, (2) driven by the goal to create new medicines with urgency, (3) creative and curious lab-based scientists, and (4) dynamic individuals with high learning agility.<br><br>Your responsibilities:<br>• Contribute at all stages of the drug discovery process, from project inception to early development.<br>• Apply experience and innovative methods to solve difficult synthetic challenges and advise other chemists in the department locally and for NIBR globally.<br>• Work closely with other experts in multi-disciplinary teams to analyze complex data, identify key drug discovery issues, propose creative solutions, and execute on medicinal chemistry designs that guide teams to success and decision points.<br>• Develop leadership skills to help drive project strategy and provide insightful guidance to tackle medicinal chemistry problems.<br>• Work closely with computational chemistry colleagues and apply modern digital and data technologies to drug discovery.<br><br>[#video#https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXumFqhsHG8{#400,300#}#/video#]