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Opportunity: Director / Study Director (#1100282) @ Bristol-Myers Squibb--New Haven, CT (US)
Submitted by Jody Aikawa; posted on Monday, March 07, 2011
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities: designing, directing and monitoring human clinical trials, phases II-IV, for pharmaceutical products under development, mainly in the field of Hepatitis C. Lead protocol team activities inc. planning, execution, and interpretation of clinical trials and data collection activities. Other responsibilities inc. interactions with regulatory agencies, Key Thought leaders, and site investigators. Serve as a medical expert to marketing or research teams, and oversight of writing of scientific publications.

REQUIREMENTS:
* Board Certified MD or MD, PhD; prefer expertise in hepatology, infectious diseases, or immunology; prefer 3-5years clinical/R&D industry experience

* Developing a network of individuals from various departments important to job function - Interact with key academic investigators in hepatitis, virology or immunology, as well as site investigators

* Training, knowledge and some experience in of early drug development preferred

* Experience in clinical medicine and monitoring for safety in a clinical setting

* Strong interpersonal skills required

* Excellent written and verbal communication skills

LOCALE:
New Haven, CT

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position, copy/paste the following URL into your browser: [link]

DEADLINE:
March 7, 2011

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