The Associate Scientist, Biomarker Research supports the day-to-day project development activity through interaction with scientists and/or contractors, while gathering, analyzing, and interpreting scientific data. The Associate Scientist, Biomarker Research evaluates literature research data, provides administrative support to the Director, Biomarker Research & Evidence, and self-manages projects as assigned.
In particular, the Associate Scientist, Biomarker Research is responsible for the exploration and implementation of biomarker candidates that may be used to guide treatment selection and/or may become part of the Paradigm biomarker portfolio. This includes the fast track exploration of emerging clinical markers, the conceptualization of biomarker evaluation packages for the Evidence Review Committee, as well as the translation of approved target-drug associations into the Paradigm proprietary rules interface.
As part of the biomarker research group, the Associate Scientist integrates basic and clinical science studies along with computational, statistical and epidemiologic approaches for a comprehensive understanding of biomarkers and their associations with disease processes. The ideal candidate has a good understanding of basic, translational and clinical research, as related to the treatment of cancer as well as proteomic and molecular profiling of cancer and molecular targets, pathways that may be targeted with relevant immunologic or molecular therapies, and the evolving role of biomarkers in precision oncology clinical trials.
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