Entries by pharmasearch

Managing Consultant, USA

Reporting to the Practice Leader you will play a crucial role in the continued strategic development and direction of the business, delivering quality solutions and enhancing your and the company’s Subject Matter Expertise.

Pathologist / Toxicologist Director

As a Director Toxicology within the non-clinical safety department you will have enjoyed a succesful career either as a Senior Pathologist or as a Senior Toxicologist. You will have significant drug development experience and the ability to provide excellent leadership and management.

Business Director, UK/Germany

You will be responsible for the identification, negotiation and securing of new client relationships within your region and portfolio of companies. You will also serve as overall Account Relationship Manager and Strategic Business Partner for established accounts, tasked with developing and expanding new business opportunities within allocated account(s) to include developing and overseeing the sales strategy for assigned clients, managing the sales process and coordinating with Project Management to ensure client satisfaction.

Non Clinical Toxicologist

Working with a leading BioPharmaceutical company within their Immunology Centre of Excellence, you will be responsible for the non clinical development of monoclonal antibody (mAB) drug candidates. You will provide non clinical support to global project teams from early research through to First in Man, Proof of Concept, launch and beyond.

Head of in vivo Experimental Biology, Singapore

Reporting to the General Manager (Singapore) you will play a crucial role in the continued development, management and leadership of this state of the art in vivo / ex vivo facility. This operation is focused on the development of novel and scientifically robust approaches that provide reliable scientific evidence and data, of the highest quality, using a systems biology-based approach. This helps us to understand mechanisms of disease observed in animal models and then translate these observations to human physiology – validating scientific concepts and developing new tools for future research.

Executive Vice President, EAPA

As Executive Vice President, EAPA you will be expected to provide leadership and overall responsibility operationally for the highly successful Product Registration group across Europe, Asia Pacific and Africa (EAPA). You will be responsible for the further growth of existing groups and the continued development of new markets and teams.