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Senior Director, Clinical Pharmacology Lead
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At Pfizer, we are driven by science, discovering breakthroughs that change patients’ lives. As a leader in Model-Informed Drug Development (MIDD), Pfizer Clinical Pharmacology as a discipline plays key roles in developing innovative medicines to address unmet medical needs. Our Clinical Pharmacology Leads are key members of multidisciplinary drug development project teams who provide subject matter expertise in quantitative pharmacology and are uniquely positioned to work at a technical level while having the opportunity to influence drug development strategy within the organization. Working closely with colleagues across research and development, Clinical Pharmacology Leads apply their technical expertise to analyze, develop, validate, and implement quantitative models to inform key drug development decisions. Clinical Pharmacology Leads are also responsible for design, conduct, oversight, and reporting of clinical pharmacology components of clinical programs and studies.
Our Oncology Clinical Pharmacology group within Early Clinical Development Clinical Pharmacology has an exciting opening for a Senior Director position at the Boulder, CO location. Reporting to the Head of Early Oncology Clinical Pharmacology, this position will supervise a team of Clinical Pharmacology Leads to support part of the early oncology portfolio, provide strategic insights to enable accelerated and robust decision-making, and lead internal and external collaborations to advance the science for early oncology development. The position will also be responsible for developing and implementing the Clinical Pharmacology Plan and MIDD strategy for early oncology programs. The ideal candidate will have prior industry experience in clinical pharmacology, strong expertise in quantitative modeling, and experience in managing, mentoring and coaching.
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