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Design and oversee the conduct, interpretation, and reporting of regulatory toxicity studies
Plan, design, and effectively manage/conduct and oversee designated toxicology programs necessary to support the selection and timely development of potential drug candidates through close interactions with discovery toxicologists, and affiliated nonclinical and clinical development functions as necessary
Coordinate toxicological/nonclinical safety evaluations of development candidates locally and internationally with external contract laboratories, consultants, and development partners
Address and resolve toxicological issues arising in drug development programs, and adequately assess the relevance of any toxicological findings to human safety.
Communicate unambiguous critical and significant project information to various bodies including project teams and leadership as required
Ph.D. in Toxicology or relevant field;
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