Pre-Clinical Research Study Director/Scientist

Location
Tarrytown, New York, United States of America
Posted
Jul 04, 2021
Ref
25102BR
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time
The R&pD Study Director/Scientist applies advanced knowledge of animal

models (small and large animals) and pharmaceutical drug development to help advance drugs in development. We are seeking knowledge and experience of pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) studies in nonhuman primates through worldwide contract research organization (CRO's). We need someone to work individually, or in collaboration with one or more Therapeutic Focus Area (TFA) leads, this person should be able to solve complex scientific problems using state-of-the-art approaches in pharmacology and related

disciplines with minimal supervision.

As a Pre-Clinical Research Study Director/Scientist, a typical day may include the following:
• Apply knowledge of pharmacology to aid in assessment of various

therapeutic modalities (antibodies, alternative protein molecules, siRNA, adenoviral) in all preclinical animal species, but particularly nonhuman primates
• Facilitate the effective design, development, and implementation of detailed research studies to support development of new products
• Maintain a deep understanding of leading contract research organizations (CRO's), their expertise and specific services and their study approval

requirements across all major geographic regions
• Design, implement, monitor and manage preclinical pharmacology and safety studies in consultation with scientific area experts (TFA scientists and/or TFA Head)
• Oversee and provide direction for data and report review and protocol

preparation
• Communicate effectively with all stakeholders (external CRO's, TFA etc) in writing, by teleconference and during face-to-face meetings as necessary
• Review and evaluate data and reports of external preclinical pharmacology and toxicology studies
• Develop and implement scientific strategies to resolve specific, unusual

pharmacology or CRO specific problems or issues (eg drug and/or sample shipment)
• Establish and maintain positive and cooperative relationships across the

organization
• Develop and maintain appropriate external contacts to further the

advancement of development programs (e.g., contract research organizations, industry-wide scientific societies, regulatory agencies, academic -research organizations)
• Ensure effective communication with line-management of all on-going

project activities status, issues relating to programs and personnel
• Contribute to scientific publications as appropriate
• Contribute to the drafting and finalization of SOPs and working practices as requested
• May provide mentoring and/or supervision to direct reports as assigned

This role may be for you if:
• You are able to provide consultative pharmacology support to scientists and colleagues in other functional areas
• You enjoy training and mentoring of more junior scientists within the

preclinical therapeutic group
• You are able to communicate clearly and effectively at all levels of the

organization and to positively impact program strategy across disciplines

To be considered for this position, you must have a MD/PhD/Vet Degree in Biological Sciences or related discipline with at least 5 years of relevant industry experience. Proven knowledge of abilities and practices of NHP CRO's world-wide. Ability to understand and optimize NHP studies for scientific vigor and

appropriateness is required. Significant experience or training in the development of biologic therapeutics, siRNA or other molecules in non-human primates is essential for this position.

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