Duties and Responsibilities: The main responsibility for the Sr. Scientist role is working on Services projects and contributing as a member of a team delivering biological and clinical informatics; ontology development and cross-mapping; data registration and curation (e.g. clinical trial data); text mining; and data analysis projects (interpretation of results of bioinformatics analysis of omics data). The Sr. Scientist role will interact with scientists and IT personnel of Thomson Reuters and clients, including pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions. Responsibilities also include conducting demonstrations and presentations for customers, delivering Services projects results with deep domain knowledge and project expertise. The selected candidate will also be responsible for proposal and article writing and when appropriate, participation in scientific conferences. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: •Thorough understanding of the molecular basis of disease, pathophysiology, and disease mechanisms. •Strong presentation and writing skills. •Ability to read and understand high volume of scientific information (such as notebook entries, preclinical and clinical studies protocols, scientific papers, and data files). •Ability to quickly learn other data processing software •Excellent communication skills, including an ability to communicate with scientists and IT personnel. •Advanced Excel skills required and a familiarity with SAS, JMP, Access or a similar data processing software preferred. •Must be able to work independently, have a strong work ethic, and an ability to rigorously protect and maintain each client's data security and confidentiality. •Knowledge of Thomson Reuters products a plus. Experience: •Previous working experience with disease, pathology, and phenotype ontologies including MedDRA, MeSH, SNOMED, and others required. •Work experience in curation of scientific information and database development preferred. •Experience with clinical informatics preferred.