What iMM seeks: At this moment, iMM is looking for a highly qualified and experienced Head of Proteomics to lead our proteomics-based clinical and translational research. The ideal candidate will leverage their expertise in proteomics to contribute to our understanding of disease mechanisms and advance our basic, clinical and translational research efforts, under the Teaming project iMM-CARE – Boosting clinical research for the benefit of society, funded by the European Commission, to execute the following activities:
- Lead the strategic development and implementation of proteomics research to advance disease-specific missions and contribute to our drug discovery efforts.
- Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams, including clinicians, bioinformaticians, data scientists, and molecular biologists, to design and implement proteomics studies in biomarker and drug discovery.
- Oversee the generation, analysis, and interpretation of large-scale proteomics data for the identification and validation of novel biomarkers and drug targets.
- Leverage innovative digital technologies to improve the proteomics research pipeline, enhance the drug discovery process, and create new opportunities for therapeutic intervention.
- Supervise, mentor, and support our research community in the proteomics studies
- Pursue an active participation in relevant national, EU and international networks and initiatives related with proteomics.
- Contribute to grant writing, publications, and presentations related to proteomics research and drug discovery.
- Keep up-to-date with the latest developments in the field of proteomics and implement relevant innovations within the organization.
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