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This role is suited to students entering their second year of university in September 2019.
A wide range of exciting biological industrial placement roles are available across GSK. Primarily laboratory based, these provide an opportunity to support development of novel medicines to treat life-threatening disorders, putting the patient at the forefront of everything we do.
With a diverse array of experimental systems at your fingertips, you may be involved in defining new patient groups to target, uncovering novel cellular mechanisms for therapeutic development, or helping to identify and develop leading candidate drugs through demonstrating efficacy and safety in model systems.
Whatever the role, you will experience working in a fast-paced research environment with access to cutting edge technology, whilst interacting with scientists across multiple disciplines and sharing different experiences. You'll need ambition, excellent analytical, communication and team working skills, a genuine interest in the healthcare industry and a self-motivated, proactive approach.
Degree Requirements: You will have completed a minimum of two years of your undergraduate degree in a related scientific discipline but will not have graduated at the start of your placement.
Locations: Various sites across the UK.
One of the world’s leading healthcare companies, GSK discovers, develops, manufactures and distributes life-saving vaccines, prescription medicines and consumer health products such as Maxinutrition, Sensodyne, Aquafresh and Panadol.
The size and scope of our organisation allows our people to answer some of the biggest questions facing everyone on the planet – questions about future healthcare needs and questions about building a responsive, innovative, global business to meet them – as well as questions about their own personal and professional growth.
Deadline 31st July 2019