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VP of Clinical Development, Movement Disorders

PR/156176_1711384637
  • Negotiable
  • North Carolina
  • Permanent

An innovator in the gene therapy space is seeking a Vice President (VP) of Clinical Development to join its ranks. This entity stands at the forefront of genetic medicine, dedicated to curing genetic diseases that impact lives globally.



Your Role as Vice President of Clinical Development, Movement Disorders.

In this vital position, you will:

  • Lead strategic clinical development initiatives for Movement Disorders programs, emphasizing innovation and cross-functional collaboration to advance therapies for movement disorders.
  • Build and mentor a dynamic team of development physicians and clinical scientists, fostering a culture of excellence and innovation.
  • Lead the design and implementation of clinical trials, ensuring scientific rigor and alignment with global regulatory standards.
  • Proactively identify and address clinical risks, implementing strategies to mitigate these risks and ensure the success of clinical programs.
  • Oversee the creation and management of critical clinical documents, maintaining high standards of quality and consistency across all clinical development activities.
  • Engage with global regulatory bodies, key opinion leaders, and patient advocacy groups, strengthening the organization's position as a leader in gene therapy.



Ideal candidates will bring:

  • An MD, DO, or equivalent, with a strong foundation in medical education and extensive experience in clinical development, particularly in gene therapy or movement disorders.
  • At least 8 years of industry experience in clinical development, covering all phases of clinical trials from early to late stage.
  • Demonstrated leadership in successful IND/NDA/BLA submissions, with a deep understanding of the clinical trial and regulatory landscape.
  • Strong communication and leadership skills, capable of driving team success in a global, matrixed environment.
  • Proven ability to navigate and manage clinical risks, ensuring the success and integrity of clinical programs.
  • A collaborative spirit, able to engage effectively with internal and external stakeholders, including regulatory authorities and patient advocacy groups.


If you're ready to take on this challenge and make a real difference, we want to hear from you. Apply now for immediate consideration, or reach out directly to explore similar opportunities in this sector.

Crystal Leung Lead Consultant, Analytical Development and Clinical Development

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