The Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, SCK•CEN, has 60 years of experience in fundamental and applied research in peaceful applications of radioactivity. Developing a CRO for radiopharmaceutical services, we are committed to providing an outstanding research and services to our customers. Furthermore, we offer excellent training and career development opportunities, encouraging growth from within our talented workforce.
We have a vacancy within our preclinical research program in the field of radiopharmaceuticals for molecular radiotherapy for an experienced preclinical research associate to join our Radiation Dosimetry Team.
This is a great opportunity to join a progressive and developing CRO in the radiopharmaceutical field. Your work will be devoted to setting up and coordinating the preclinical imaging programs at in vivo/ex vivo level. Training and development will be provided to progress in your career. The SCK•CEN Research in Dosimetric Applications Unit offers a dynamic environment that will allow you to develop your current skill set and experience.
More specifically, you will have the following responsibilities:
- Actively participate in the development of the preclinical programs in a new radioactive animal facility devoted to in vivo research and CRO activities
- Develop the quantitative imaging capacity in the preclinical facility
- Optimise quantitative imaging for radiopharmaceuticals emitting beta and alpha radiation
- Collaborate with the researchers in the team in the framework of dosimetry and microdosimetry research within preclinical molecular radiotherapy
- Develop and participate in international research projects in the framework of preclinical research of radiopharmaceuticals
- Represent the preclinical safety assessment function on development teams and support the design and implementation of preclinical imaging programs
- Ensure compliance of the preclinical study protocol requirements within the appropriate regulatory and ethical guidelines and standards
- Prepare and present the preclinical protocols to the Ethical Committee and the Animal Welfare Committee