Global Head of Science, Early Development
Labcorp Drug Development is currently recruiting for a Global Head of Science, Early Development to join their team. Reporting to the VP Global Safety Drug Development, the incumbent will lead and develop several global scientific groups including; Nonclinical Pharmacology, Safety Assessment, Genetic Toxicology, Immunology and Immunotoxicology, Early Development Cell and Gene Therapy, Ocular, and Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology.
This is an office-based opportunity and the incumbent can be based at any of our Early Development locations; Indianapolis, IN / Madison, WI / Greenfield, IN.
Additional responsibilities include;
- Identify and support delivery of new scientific innovation/strategy
- Ensure commercial success and accountability for meeting financial targets and overall company growth
- Network across the enterprise to harmonize scientific processes and lead proposals for major investments for both internal expansions and potential acquisitions
- Early Development Member of the Labcorp Drug Development Science Council
- Serve on client executive governance teams and interface with senior/executive level leadership
- Develop and lead a global scientific team, provide training, and sure that scientists have required expertise to excel
- PhD in a Life Science or related discipline or DVM degree
- DABT or related scientific certification
- 20 years of industry experience
- Minimum 10 years of experience supporting early development with a pharmaceutical company or CRO
- Broad toxicology and pharmacology expertise and experience with cutting edge innovation supporting new drug development
- Previous experience in biologics development, cell and gene therapy, is highly desired
- Expertise in strategic planning for organic investments and acquisitions
- Experience with regulatory requirements and submissions
- Proven leadership experience supporting a global team
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