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Saturday, 6 February 2010

Two New Posts within the ChEMBL Team

We have recently been awarded an Innovative Medicines Initiative grant in the area of predictive toxicology - the project is called eTox. This is a very exciting project and will build an unprecedented collaborative database of rat toxicology data for a large number of clinical development candidates. It is also a chance to work in close collaboration with a network of some of the leading European academics, SMEs and pharmaceutical companies.

We have two posts available under this funding. The first is for a scientist with experience of datamining and analysis of data, preferably with good experience of bioinformatics or chemoinformatics. The second post is for an informatician to build a data repository, and then populate this with deposited curated toxicology data.

If you have any questions about the jobs, please feel free to mail us.

The deadline for applications is 14th March 2010.

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