|Salary:||£60,592 to £65,823|
|Placed On:||1st February 2023|
|Closes:||26th February 2023|
The Translational Research Group (TRG) is responsible for developing and managing UCL’s translational research projects.
The activities of the Senior Translational Research Manager (STRM) fall into three broad work-streams:
An important success measure for the TRO is the development of a sustainable pipeline of funded translational projects covering; Advanced therapies (cell and gene), bio-therapeutics (antibodies, peptides), biomarkers, devices, surgical techniques, and small molecule therapeutics; which are progressing towards the clinic.
It is expected the post-holder will make a significant intellectual contribution to the TRO strategy by identifying translational opportunities and driving these along the translational pathway, particularly by contributing to applications for funds and project-managing successful awards.
Through interaction with PIs, the post holder will play a major role in structuring and managing the move from discovery to pre-clinical and clinical research and play a role in identifying collaborative interdisciplinary research opportunities.
The post-holder is also expected to act as the interface between early career and advanced researchers, to highlight and discuss clinical problems and potential approaches to developing solutions.
We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual with excellent interpersonal skills to manage a diverse portfolio of translational projects.
Working with both early career and established academics, the individual will advise on the translational pathway, funding opportunities and project manage successful awards.
This role would suit individuals within life science / pharmaceutical / biopharmaceutical / healthcare and biotech sectors with experience in translational focused projects that include product development from concept to commercialisation.
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