Animal Health - Manager /Assoc. Dir. Antiparasitics, Global
Pfizer Inc - Kalamazoo, MI
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Responsible for planning and leading development clinical studies for antiparasitics. This includes protocols, study design, study monitoring, data collection, and authoring and reviewing final reports.
2.Responsible for collecting and maintaining accurate documentation to meet regulatory requirements for conducting animal studies.
3.Responsible for interpreting and correlating clinical results and preparing reports.
4.Responsible for participation on development project teams with the goal to license veterinary antiparasitics.
5.Responsible for developing and maintaining a network of external key opinion leaders and contract resource organizations, for the purpose of designing and executing antiparasitics clinical studies
6.Collaborate with Biologicals researchers in support of efforts to develop new antiparasitic vaccines.
7.Up to 25% travel is required.
MINIMUM SKILLS, EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, ATTRIBUTES:
Veterinary degree (DVM) with advanced training or experience in veterinary parasitology, or PhD in parasitology. Previous experience in veterinary pharmaceutical industry or parasitology research in an academic institution.
DESIRABLE SKILLS, EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, ATTRIBUTES:
DVM with post-graduate training in parasitology. Experience as a project leader, particularly for veterinary antiparastics projects. Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues as a member of a multi-disciplinary team. Demonstration of initiative, independent thinking, strong interpersonal skills and an ability to pay attention to detail. Ability to meet multiple project timelines.
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