Grow your expertise and career as Clinical Research Physician at AstraZeneca

Publicerad 23 november 2022

At AstraZeneca, we work without barriers between functions at the cutting-edge of science, it’s a place to rethink the future of medicine for the benefit of millions of patients’ around the globe.

Join us as Clinical Research Physician to discover future treatment of Cardiovascular, Renal and Metabolic (CVRM) diseases at our global R&D sites in Gothenburg Sweden, Cambridge UK or Warsaw Poland.

At AstraZeneca, we’re a team of leading specialists, driven to pursue scientific knowledge. With us, you will work at the forefront of clinical research in a truly international environment to answer some of the most complex unmet patient needs. And there’s no better place to learn – from the science, from each other and from our experiences. Join a place with the commitment, knowledge and backing from the business to continue expanding our pipeline. With one of the broadest and deepest pipelines, we work on diverse products bringing early and late stage development closer together to transform science into medicine. When we get it right there’s nothing more motivating.

Do you have a background within pediatrics, heart failure or nephrology or similar? Together we will push the boundaries of science to develop the ground-breaking medicines of the future!

That’s why we love it – this is the place to make a greater impact!

If you are interested, apply now!

For more information, please contact:
Monika Dutkiewicz-Piasecka
Senior Group Director
Clinical Development

Read more about the role and apply here (Expired)

Reference number: R-152801


AstraZeneca is more than one of the worlds leading pharmaceutical companies. We are proud to have an unique workplace culture that inspires innovation and cross-boundary collaboration where employees are empowered to express diverse perspectives and are made to feel valued, energized and rewarded for their ideas and creativity. There’s no better place to make a difference to medicine, patients and society.