Research Scientist PBPK (f/m/d)

Date: Sep 25, 2022

Location: Hamburg, DE

Company: Beiersdorf

Beiersdorf is known for its leading international skin care brands, including NIVEA, Eucerin, Labello, 8x4 and Hansaplast/Elastoplast. To maintain our growth we offer broad responsibilities and challenging tasks, enabling our people to raise the bar in all fields of our business - every day right from the start. 

Your Tasks

  • Deep understanding of PBPK modeling, (Q)IVIVE, metabolism, toxicokinetics, digital toxicology and their applications in chemical risk assessment.
  • Understanding ADME parameters to interpret toxicokinetics of chemicals, and to enable exposure-lead risk assessment of chemicals.
  • Develop and assess models to estimate systemic exposure via different routes e.g. dermal, inhalation.
  • Discussions with the team regarding project requirements, scientific analysis, and interpretation.

Your Profile

  • PhD in in a relevant field or university degree with equivalent experience in PBPK, (Q)IVIVE, pharmaco- / toxico-kinetics and digital toxicology.
  • Expertise in building and validating PBPK / IVIVE models for chemical risk assessment. 
  • Practical experience in applying PBPK modeling software e.g. PK-SIM, GastroPlus, hTTK.
  • Understanding of the in vitro / in vivo experiments used to describe ADME/TK parameters.
  • Working experience in the field of toxicology as well as understanding of alternatives to animal testing approaches for NGRA/risk assessment is a plus.
  • High degree of flexibility and motivation, good analytical skills, and problem-solving mindset.
  • Good communication and presentation skills.
  • Fluent in English and willingness to learn German.

You are welcome to apply without a cover letter. If you would like to attach a cover letter, please upload it with your resume. We look forward to receiving your application including a compelling curriculum vitae with relevant references and certificates.  

If you have any questions, please contact our recruiter Regine Siebe on Tuesdays between 9 and 10 am via the telephone number: +49 40 4909 4956.