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Clinical Pharmacology, Scientist ~ Greater Boston, USA

Company: RBW Consulting
Location: East-Coast USA
Reference: IKCPSC-2698
Closing Date: 12 Mar 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Highly Competitive Package offered

Job Summary:

Leading Pharmaceutical Company requires a highly motivated individual with strong Clinical Pharmacology knowledge, looking to make an impact within the early stages of their career.


This is a unique opportunity to work with a leading global Pharma, based in Greater Boston, with a very strong pipeline. With an exciting environment for collaborative and pioneering research, this is a great company for accelerating your experience within your career. As a Clinical Pharmacologist, this would be a great opportunity to develop broad experience and engage with high level science amidst a highly collaborative organisation.   



This would be an ideal role for a proactive candidate with strong technical skills within PK/PD modelling, alongside a well-developed scientific knowledge. This company are renowned for providing a supportive environment for personal development, alongside offering highly competitive salary and benefits packages.


As Clinical Pharmacology Scientist, you will be responsible for:


  • Collaborating within the wider team; interacting with colleagues in a multi-functional team.  
  • Providing clinical pharmacology input to clinical protocols & clinical development.
  • Developing opportunities for scientific and technical input within the clinical pharmacology-related issues, as a member of the Clinical Pharmacology project team.
  • Handling data analysis for clinical pharmacology data (PK/PD) throughout the full development lifecycle, with minimal supervision.
  • Interpreting clinical pharmacology data necessary for regulatory submissions and handling responses to regulatory agency inquiries.
  • Provides peer-reviewed interpretation of clinical pharmacology data and incorporates appropriate analyses into reports required for regulatory submissions.


 The ideal candidate will have:

  • Education to PhD level, within a relevant field
  • 0-2 years’ experience
  • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of drug metabolism and PK/PD principles.
  • Proven ability to conduct and analyze complex clinical pharmacology studies, with hands on knowledge of PK/PD software programs.
  • Ability to generate hypotheses and show critical thinking with logical problem-solving.
    Preferred Qualifications:
  • Ability to independently interpret and integrate preclinical PK/PD data within further preclinical, clinical pharmacology and biopharmaceutical studies.
  • Effective ability to communicate through verbal presentations and within written technical reports.


If you feel like this could be a great opportunity for your career, then please do get in touch. You can reach me on +1 (617)-982-1238, or email a copy of your CV to I would be happy to arrange a confidential conversation to discuss this position further. However, if this position does not quite hit the mark, then please get in touch to discuss your industry options.


Key Words

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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