We are looking for a Toxicologic Pathologist with extensive experience in the assessment of tissues from toxicology studies of large molecules. This Associate Director role will report directly to the Head of Pathology. The selected individual will have primary responsibility for pathology peer review of regulatory studies conducted at CROs. In addition, s/he will also provide pathology support of our in-house Discovery efforts across all Therapeutic Areas. S/he will also be encouraged to develop expertise in Ear pathology, supporting Regeneron's novel initiatives and collaborations to develop therapeutic molecules targeted at middle and inner ear indications.
A TYPICAL DAY MIGHT LOOK LIKE :
- Participate in strategy development in Drug Safety and Pharmacometrics (DSP) through advocacy for REGN programs and projects.
- Responsible for pathologic evaluation of drugs in a variety of therapeutic areas: Inflammation and Immunity, Pain, Oncology, Infectious Diseases, Skeletal and Muscle, Ophthalmology, Metabolic, Cardiac and Genetic Diseases collaborating with R&D, Regulatory and Clinical scientists to facilitate the actualization of Regeneron's Strategic Plan.
- Help design, develop, and implement research programs to support all facets of drug development.
- Perform pathology peer review of REGN toxicology studies at CROs (and therefore must be GLP-trained).
- Participate on teams devoted to developing predictive and prognostic biomarkers in assigned therapeutic areas.
- Collaborate to develop a strong in-house digital pathology program
- Deliver occasional seminars based on histopathologic data from assigned regulatory and discovery studies.
This position requires a DVM degree or foreign equivalent and Board Certification in Veterinary Pathology (Diplomate, ACVP or equivalent). The ideal candidate will also possess a PhD and/or other graduate degrees in Comparative Pathology or related field. The ability to interpret traditional diagnostic categories in the context of a detailed and current understanding of classical histopathology and molecular pathology is required. To that end, at least 6 years of toxicologic pathology experience (which may include the three years of residency training in Pathology). Additional requirements below:
- Clear demonstration of high-quality scholarly productivity in investigative pathology or other areas of biomedical research evidenced by publications is desirable.
- Demonstrated ability to handle regulatory as well as discovery projects and work successfully in a variety of therapeutic projects teams is desirable
- Experience with large molecule projects will be an advantage.
- The successful candidate will be familiar with, if not expert in molecular pathology and image analysis techniques
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
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