Research at Roche – a world to explore
It is scientific excellence that leads to the healthcare breakthroughs of tomorrow. At Roche, we are tireless in the research and development of clinically differentiated pharmaceuticals and adequate diagnostic instruments for five disease areas:
- Central nervous system
As a company active in both diagnostics and pharmaceuticals, we are pioneering the area of “personalised healthcare” at the interface between the two fields. Our first personalised products tailored to the needs of specific patient groups are already being marketed. One example is the AmpliChip, a test that allows individualised dosing based on metabolic profiling. It was the first pharmacogenetic test to be officially recognised by the FDA.
In everything we do, we actively explore new avenues – for instance, in biotechnology. It is our deep belief that the future of innovation will depend greatly on the advances made there – from therapeutic proteins to new developments in siRNA technologies, biomarkers, translational medicine, and bioinformatics. Innovations like these have enabled us to successfully pursue new therapeutic approaches, particularly in oncology. Over the past years we have been focusing on the following technological platforms:
- Synthesis and Screening (“Ultra-High Throughput Screening“)
- Combinatorial Chemistry
- 3D Modelling
- Genetics, Genomics
Roche research sites are located around the world, including Switzerland, the United States, Germany, and Shanghai, China. In addition, we have co-development partnerships with Genentech (USA) and Chugai (Japan).
Meet the scientists: Lu Gao, virologist at Roche Shanghai
Meet the scientists - Marina Bacac, leads a cellbiology group at Roche Glycart, Schliern
Our research teams have won a number of awards, including:
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine:
- 1987 Awarded to Susumu Tonegawa, Basel Institute for Immunology (BII), for his work on the genetic origins of antibody diversity
- 1984 Awarded to Niels Kaj Jerne, together with Georges Köhler, Basel Institute for Immunology (BII), and César Milstein, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, United Kingdom for the discovery of monoclonal antibodies
Prix Galien prizes:
- 2004 International Prix Galien for Fuzeon
- 1998 European Prix Galien for Invirase
- 1998 Prix Galien for Anexate
- 1992 International Prix Galien for Neupogen
You could help us win the next one!
So, regardless of whether your degree is in biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, chemistry, pharmacy or engineering – at Roche, you will have the opportunity to apply your experience, assume responsibility, and join us in shaping the future.
Why don't you check our current job openings, which are listed below.
134 jobs currently available
|2014/10/31||Sr. Scientist/Sr. Scientific Manager (Formulation Development, Small Molecule Pharmaceutics)||United States - South San Francisco||Team Leader|
|2014/10/30||Sr. Research Associate – Department of Cancer Immunology||United States - South San Francisco||Individual Contributor|
|2014/10/29||Formulation Scientist in Small Molecule Pharmaceutics||United States - South San Francisco||Individual Contributor|
|2014/10/29||Techniker Chemie/Biologie (m/w)||Deutschland - Penzberg||Mitarbeiter mit Berufserfahrung|
|2014/10/29||Postdoctoral Research Fellow -- Discovery Chemistry||United States - South San Francisco||Individual Contributor|
|2014/10/27||Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Biomedical Imaging||United States - South San Francisco||Individual Contributor|
|2014/10/27||Gerente de Proyectos||Mexico||Gerente|
|2014/10/27||Data Scientist||Switzerland - Basle||Individual Contributor|
|2014/10/25||Principal Scientist I, Nucleotide Synthesis||United States - Mountain View||Individual Contributor|
|2014/10/24||Project Manager II - PMO (gRED)||United States - South San Francisco||Individual Contributor|