Scientist / Senior Scientist - Developmental & Reproductive Toxicology (R1554192-en-us)
At Bristol Myers Squibb, we are inspired by a single vision – transforming patients’ lives through science. In oncology, hematology, immunology and cardiovascular disease – and one of the most diverse and promising pipelines in the industry – each of our passionate colleagues contribute to innovations that drive meaningful change. We bring a human touch to every treatment we pioneer. Join us and make a difference.
The successful candidate will provide scientific leadership in developmental and reproductive toxicology, supporting non-clinical safety assessment during all phases of drug development. The senior scientist has a demonstrated understanding of scientific research and methods, proficiency in study design/conduct and interpretation and communication of results, and a proven ability to work within a team. The position reports to the director of developmental and reproductive toxicology.
Provide expertise in developmental and reproductive toxicology to discovery, development and issue response teams in all phases of drug development.
Assist in the preparation of documents in support of the registration of drug candidates and responses to requests/inquiries from regulatory authorities.
Conduct and/or monitor investigative and regulatory developmental, reproductive, and juvenile toxicity studies.
Evaluate the results of data from toxicology studies and generate reports that accurately and completely reflect the data collected and the significance of the data to drug registration and safety.
Maintain knowledge of current worldwide testing and registration requirements.
Embrace/demonstrate BMS values.
Create an atmosphere of scientific excellence, open communication, and creativity to maximize productivity.
Ensure nonclinical studies are conducted in compliance with Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations and with ICH and other regulatory guidelines.
Ensure compliance with all company policies, particularly those relating to animal welfare and employee health and safety.
Qualifications & Experience
PhD, DVM, or equivalent degree in toxicology or related discipline OR Master degree with 2+ years relevant experience and OR Bachelor with 5+ years relevant experience.
Knowledge of biochemical and mechanistic developmental/reproductive toxicology, and ability to design and interpret studies exploring mechanisms of reproductive toxicology involving biochemical, functional, and/or structural endpoints.
Knowledge of Good Laboratory Practice, regulatory requirements, and drug development process.
Ability to interpret and apply available toxicity data to assess relative risk or hazard to humans.
Effective written and oral communication skills, especially as they pertain to writing clear, and accurate toxicology reports and summary documents for global regulatory submissions.
Ability to effectively communicate and interact with co-workers at all levels and to work independently and on teams.
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