They’re looking to hire someone with good working knowledge of Bayesian inference algorithms development for multilevel statistical models and mathematical modeling of physiological systems.

Frederic Bois writes:

We have an immediate opening for a highly motivated research / senior scientist with good working knowledge of Bayesian inference algorithms development for multilevel statistical models and mathematical modelling of physiological systems. The successful candidate will assist with the development of deterministic or stochastic methods and algorithms applicable to systems pharmacology/biology models used in safety and efficacy assessment of small and large molecules within the Simcyp Simulators. Candidates should have experience in applied mathematics, biostatistics and data analysis. Ideally, this should be in pharmacokinetics-, toxicokinetics- and/or pharmacodynamics- related areas. In particular, candidates should have hand-on experience in development of optimisation methods and algorithms and capable of dealing with complex numerical problems including non-linear mixed effect models. The successful candidate is expected to keep abreast of the latest scientific developments, disseminate research results, and actively engage with peers and clients within industry, academia and regulatory agencies.

The company is Certara, and it’s located in Sheffield, U.K. Full information here.