South San Francisco
California, United States of America
Genentech’s Early Clinical Development (ECD) department is seeking an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engineer reporting to the AI Team Lead. The ECD AI group impacts Clinical Operations in trial design, planning and predictive tools. The role will require cross-functional interactions with early research in discovery chemistry (CADD) and DMPK. The AI Engineer will act as a consultant and be required to both establish and apply new AI methods to specific problem domains within those functions.
The AI Engineer will primarily be responsible for the development and the deployment of deep learning methods in early research with particular focus on the application to early discovery chemistry. The main method will be a generative method for proposing small molecule with desirable predicted properties. The position will also apply AI methods to modeling in the DMPK and early discovery chemistry.
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