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Director, Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology - CNS ~ Greater Boston, USA

Company: RBW Consulting
Location: East-Coast USA
Reference: IKQCPB-5428
Closing Date: 07 Mar 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Highly Competitive Package offered

Job Summary:

Leading global Pharma seeks Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology Director, with strong expertise to drive key project strategy.

Requirements:

Director, Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology - CNS

Are you an experienced Clinical Pharmacologist with a strong command of quantitative modelling, and pharmacometrics? I am currently working with a market leading, global pharma currently seeking expansion within their Clinical Pharmacology strategic team. You will be taking on key responsibilities as a Clinical Pharmacology Lead whilst operating within a strong therapeutic focus. This position would be ideal for those with an expertise in this field, looking to take on further responsibilities within a science focused environment. 


Position: 

As a Director, Quantitative Clinical Pharmacology you will:

•    Apply your Clinical Pharmacology expertise to the ongoing drug development within a range of key therapeutic areas, including both small molecules and biologics.
•    Lead the Clinical Pharmacology component of the Clinical Development Plan
•    Design and interpret studies within early, full and life cycle stages of development.  
•    Develop and implement an effective quantitative strategy, to ensure of appropriate PKPD analysis.  
•    Provide contributions to Clinical Pharmacology strategy within both early and late stage projects, and be responsible for the design and execution of Clinical Pharmacology and modelling and simulation plans.
•    Contribute to the preclinical aspects within studies, ensuring the quantitative mechanistic knowledge is sound, and supports human application.
•    Provide subject matter expertise within cross functional teams, alongside health authority interactions and regulatory submissions. Collaborate with colleagues to provide quantitative pharmacology support within First-in-human dose selection and study design.


 Qualifications:

  • PhD or PharmD within a relevant discipline
  • Levels of experience will be considered, and a minimum of 7+ year’s post-educational experience would be required.
  • Experience within Clinical Pharmacology, alongside hands-on knowledge of PK and PKPD modelling, using a range of software, such as NonMem, Monolix and R etc. 
  • Leadership skills are desired. 
  • Handling submission reports within regulatory documents, and handling responses to health authorities. 

If you feel like this could be a great opportunity for your career, then please do get in touch. I am reachable on +1 (617)-982-1238, or email a copy of your CV to ian.kulka @rbwconsulting .com. If this position does not quite hit the mark, then please get in touch to discuss your industry options.

 

Keywords:
Clinical Pharmacology, Protocol design, submission, Pharmacometric, Leader, Modelling, Nonlinear, pharmacometry, simulation, systems, Biology, biological, pathways, mechanism, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, Clinical, NonMEM, R, Monolix, PKPD, PK/PD, “Pop PK”, modeller, strategy, strategic, Directorial, leader, quantitative

 

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