Lilly Neuroscience is seeking an experienced scientist to join the Neurodegeneration team to facilitate its mission of discovering novel medicines for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and other related neurodegenerative conditions. Do you have a strong background in performing/designing in vitro and in vivo studies? Have you developed or optimized biochemical assays required for the evaluation of neurodegenerative studies in vivo? You will lead a laboratory focused on developing small molecule therapeutics in close collaboration with other Neurodegeneration laboratories and Lilly's chemistry and biotherapeutic engineering divisions. An important focus for you will be the investigation of the role of misfolded proteins (tau/alpha-syn) across multiple disease states. Additionally, you will have access to many technical specialty groups within Lilly to facilitate their research. You should possess a deep understanding of the pathophysiological processes that underlie neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer and Parkinson's diseases. Are you a strong leader that maintains excellent communication and organizational skills? Lilly has a proud record of drug development for Neurodegenerative diseases that has been led by multiple accomplished scientists.
Lead a discovery laboratory with multiple associate scientists
Design and execute preclinical in vivo and in vitro studies for small molecule inhibitors and novel modalities
Perform discovery studies to elucidate novel targets and build internal expertise
Lead multi-disciplinary teams for preclinical development of therapeutics and contribute as an integral team member for clinical development (discovery through full clinical implantation)
Become an internal and external leader with vision for the field of neurodegenerative diseases
Internal Number: 47972
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