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R&D Data science

Exciting minds with our graduate programme

Dee Tress, mechanical engineering graduate on GSK Future Leaders Programme

Use data to uncover answers

Learn how new insights can lead to revolutionary medication.

We’re looking for Future Leaders in R&D Data science

Are you ready to use data to develop results that amplify our science?

If so, bring that enthusiasm here. Together we can uncover and provide new insights that improve the probability of delivering transformational medicines to patients using data science and machine learning.

Develop your career

If you’re a graduate with the desire to create big solutions that revolutionise treatment for patients, this is a role for you.

This is what you can expect:

  • three rotations across our Data and Computational sciences, Medicine design and/or Process development teams within MST
  • to learn how to combine complex biological/chemical data from a range of sources
  • to develop exceptional skills in scientific communication and data visualisation
  • a number of training and development opportunities to bring you up to speed with GSK and the opportunity

You’ll have the opportunity to:

  • interact with therapy area experts to create actions to translate activity of selected molecules into a testable hypothesis
  • gain insights into influencing business decisions with data to answer specific questions
  • work across matrix organisations and with commercial partners to evaluate and implement new data handling solutions
  • obtain the skills needed to perform analysis on multiparametric datasets to test hypotheses

What are the requirements?

You’ll need:

  • BS or MS/PhD in Data science, Computer science, Maths, or Bioinformatics
  • knowledge of pharmacological principles and experience interpreting quantitative data sets
  • a passion for biological sciences and medicine
  • to be a motivated and proactive graduate with a talent for multitasking and adapting to changing environments
  • a gift for building strong relationships with key stakeholders
  • a ‘disruptive’ mindset, proposing new and innovative approaches to challenging scientific problems

How to apply

Apply now to solve tomorrow’s health challenges today – and you could join over 99,000 dedicated people across 95 markets.

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