We Cure!

Innovations in drug design and clinical decision-making

Solve challenging problems in biology & medicine

Challenging projects at the forefront of research in systems biology and bio-medical research in -

  • Cancer systems biology
  • Translational research and drug discovery with leading pharmaceutical companies
  • Systems toxicology

Work in small, highly dynamic and multi-cultural team involving engineers and scientists.

Collaborate with global leaders in systems biology and biomedicine across industry and academia

INterested? Join the team!

Researcher/Senior Researcher Position Available

The Systems Biology Institute (SBI, http://sbi.jp), Tokyo is looking for a researcher/senior researcher for working in research projects at the intersection of basic research and industry application of systems biology approaches.

Location: Tokyo, Japan

Language: English


Bring in your strengths!

  • Highly motivated individual with a passion for research and its application to real-life, industry oriented problems
  • Ability to work in goal-oriented, milestone-driven projects
  • Team player, able to lead projects and collaborations spanning geographies
  • Strong knowledge of state-of-the-art computational methods, algorithms, modeling/optimization tools and databases in biology
  • Knowledge in cancer biology, translational research, drug discovery pipeline a strong plus
  • Programming experience in R, Matlab etc. is desirable
  • PhD level degree in engineering or sciences and relevant experience a strong plus

Send in your CV!

Send in your CV via email addressed to Dr.Hiroaki Kitano at info@sbi.jp

Who are we?

Pioneers in Systems Biology

The Systems Biology Institute (SBI) is a non-profit private research institution established in 2000 and led by Hiroaki Kitano, a pioneer in systems biology,with the aim of promoting systems biology research and its application to medicine and global sustainability. SBI is engaged in a series of research program largely funded by branches of Japanese government and private contracts for industrial applications of systems biology research in drug discovery and other areas.