Position Overview and Responsibilities

  • Manage all pharmacological aspects of multiple, simultaneous client studies in a hands-on fashion.
  • Liaise with fellow imaging and pharmacology study managers to provide quality service to clients. Set and adhere to realistic experimental timelines and communicate those with clients and staff.
  • Assist with drafting of SOPs, animal protocol applications, and other documents.
  • Manage study-related client communications. Responsible for provision of timely interim study updates to include analysis as necessary.
  • Coordinate and schedule of inter-team studies and projects.
  • Manage the basic daily functions of technicians, including but not limited to, work flow scheduling, training, and safety.
  • Coordinate and schedule of inter-team studies and projects.
  • Responsible for deadline-based creation and compilation of draft client final reports (including proficiency with Materials and Methods.

Qualifications and Experience Desired

  • Bachelor’s Degree in life sciences or related (or equivalent education and/or experience).
  • 5-7 years of previous related research and/or animal handling experience, and your LAT Certification, preferred.
  • Oncology related study management experience.
  • Expertise of small animal handling and manipulation/restraint to include procedures not limited to in vivo: dosing, measuring, weighing, and surgeries; ex vivo: necropsy and sampling which may include PK/PD.
  • Possess an in-depth understanding of multiple disease models and related pharmacology, biology, procedures, and data generation.
  • Autonomously perform drug preparation; Knowledge of underlying calculations and ability to follow clients’ specifications.
  • In-depth knowledge of Animal Care and Use principles and applications.
  • Ability to follow Standard Operating Procedures, Vertebrate Use Protocols and other applicable regulations.

Physical Demands and Work Environment

  • As with any scientific research role involving animals, there are some unique aspects of working in a BioSafety Level II environment. Some of these include exposure to sharps, chemicals, and other substances as well as potential exposure to allergens, zoonotic diseases, and other biohazards.
  • The Associate Scientist, Pharmacology will perform activities within the rack/bubble environment that require an ability to lift 20 pounds and bend and move with agility in this space.
  • Because the safety of our employees and animals is of utmost importance, all employees working in the Vivarium will adhere to the established PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) requirements.


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