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Opportunity: Director (#0902206) @ Bristol-Myers Squibb--Princeton, NJ (US)
Submitted by Jody Aikawa; posted on Tuesday, January 12, 2010
In this M&S role, this individual will develop mechanistic drug effect and disease progression models (in particular for HCV, T2DM, and Alzheimer’s disease) to facilitate drug development decisions, and will be responsible for: (1) collaborating with cross-functional team members to address key program and portfolio level questions by disease progression models; (2) resourcing and execution of the M&S plans; (3) reporting and interpretation of M&S results to inform decisions at clinical development milestones, and (4) contributing to regulatory submissions (pre- and post-approval). The individual will also be expected to develop M&S plans to bridge available data from compounds within and across development programs to inform portfolio level decisions. This individual will represent the M&S function in cross-functional matrix/project teams, and identify and respond to opportunities for M&S input over the course of drug development.

- Ph.D. and/or M.D. in medical/pharmaceutical sciences or engineering or a related field

- 5+ years of experience in M&S (population pharmacokinetic and exposure-response) analyses using S-PLUS/R and NONMEM

- Advanced expertise in developing mechanistic drug effect and disease progression models

- Strong oral and written communication skills necessary to formally present and report information internally and externally is required.

- The ability to work in a dynamic team oriented environment is essential.

LOCALE: Princeton, NJ

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