Date: October 30, 2019 Position - Associate Director Clinical Development, Neurology
Ovid seeks a Associate Director Clinical Development, Neurology to leverage both strategic and scientific insights to provide support for many clinical activities, building clinical expertise in neurology and rare disease of the brain (currently rare epilepsies, Angelman and Fragile X syndrome). Responsibilities
Develop partnerships cross functionally, and with our external Partners; collaborate with others to write protocols and present data in a concise, consistent, and compelling manner.
Contribute to the creation and maintenance of clinical development plans ultimately leading to critical decision points for our key trials.
Report to the Program Leader/MD, and collaborate with clinical monitors, clinical operations, program management, regulatory, pharmacovigilance, etc.
Leverage his/her comprehensive understanding of the drug development process in early and later stage development (currently programs in early stage - Phase 1 and 2).
Contribute to the clinical strategy and creation of the clinical development plans.
Work as part of an integrated team.
Provide support to advisory boards, consultant meetings and investigator meetings (including preparation and delivery of presentations).
Collaborate with the clinical development team on the review, analysis, and interpretation of data.Requirements
This is typically a role best suited for a PhD or PharmD, or equivalent with clinical research experience and a strong knowledge of drug development.
5-7 years of technical operational experience in planning, executing, reporting and publishing clinical studies.
Possess a strong scientific background with industry clinical research experience. Work closely with regulatory affairs.
Possess strong analytical and strategic thinking skills.
Hold a record of partnering closely with medical monitors, clinical operations, and clinical investigators.
*Ovid is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from veterans and individuals with disabilities.*