Would you like to contribute to the understanding of allergic diseases and have an impact to millions of people with allergic disease? Do you have a passion for solving biological and patient-relevant questions?
The Data Scientist position will be in the Bioinformatics Team within the Translational Research Department.
You will be part of interdisciplinary project teams with the responsibility to work with complex data sets from multiple sources across the organization, with the goal to solve key scientific questions as well as driving value by bridging both data and insights from research to clinical studies, but also to the allergic patient.
You will be involved in identifying patterns, trajectories or relevant features in biological & health related data generated by R&D, leading to for example population level estimations or patient level predictions. Aiming to improve the life of people with allergy, you will contribute to the understanding of allergy by the mapping of relevant subgroups across datasets: Data generated by basic research, data from clinical trials, insights from real world evidence studies and for example self-reported symptom scores linked to pollen exposure collected via an app.
You will play a key role in designing an applicable data solution driving that setup and will have the opportunity to influence workflows and approaches centred around data in Global Research.
Who you are
ALK provides a dynamic and pleasant work environment with inspiring and challenging assignments. The results of your efforts will be significant throughout the organization and you will be able to actively influence and challenge the status quo. Our flat structures attract independent individuals who like to feel the progress of the business and enjoy being close to the decision-making process. You will be part of an engaged and informal team that values skill and knowledge creation. We consider our pioneering spirit coupled with our trustworthiness our winning formula. ALK is a health-focused organization and our offices offer a green view of the DTU Scion science park in Hørsholm.
For further information on the position please contact Head of Bioinformatics, Thomas Stranzl, +45 61911103.
How to apply
Please click on apply and kindly remember to attach a letter of motivation and CV. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Application deadline: 22th August 2021