Reference Number: JO-1906-432308
Director, Clinical Development
Job Type: Permanent
Location: United States
Director, Clinical Development Rare Disease/Gene Therapy
New York, NY
Help to reimagine the future for rare neurological diseases! Do you feel passionate about making an impact in the lives of children and aid families of children living with neurologic impairment? Seeking the challenge of providing life-altering therapies to patients, even if the disorder is exceedingly rare? No family should have to hear that their rare disease has no treatment. There is an overwhelming need for new therapies heres your opportunity to work with experts across the globe to advance a broad pipeline of programs to treat the underlying cause of serious neurological disorders.
CPL Physicians is seeking the best and the brightest to join a team built on great science and strong collaboration. The New York based company has partnered with the worlds leading academic specialists and patient advocates to accelerate new therapies to patients in need. They are focused on developing life-changing genetic medicines and are seeking to improve patient outcomes by advancing multiple therapies for as many neurological disorders. Their mission is clear to envision a world in which all families have access to genetic medicines, no matter the disorder.
Director, Clinical Development will contribute to Clinical Development strategy and implement tactical plans for all indications. The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated and innovative physician/scientist with biopharmaceutical industry and/or academic clinical trials experience, preferably in pediatric neurology, rare diseases, and/or genetics. This individual will work cross-functionally with colleagues in Clinical Operations, Regulatory, Medical Affairs, Patient Advocacy, Compliance, and Business Development.
Executing on clinical development tactics aligned with medical strategy and objectives.
Collaborating with cross-functional colleagues and external vendors to ensure that clinical development needs are supported and appropriately prioritized (e.g, write protocol, implement/execute studies, review/analyze data, etc.).
Serving as content expert in relevant disease areas.
Reviewing, approving, and accountability for materials as part of the legal medical regulatory review.
Developing and executing aligned tactics to maximize scientific communications and publications efforts.
Analyzing the benefits and risk aspects of an assigned therapeutic candidate.
Creating education materials for internal and external training.
Staying up-to-date on new data and developments in the field.
Developing and maintaining strong relationships with key opinion leaders.
MD and/or PhD/PharmD with biopharmaceutical industry experience or clinical trial experience in pediatric neurology, genetics, rare disease or gene therapy preferred.
Ability to travel (up to 25% of work time).