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VP of Clinical Development, Neurogenetic Diseases

  • Negotiable
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Permanent

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

Your Role as Vice President, Clinical Development, Neurogenetic Diseases

In this critical leadership position, you will:

  • Drive strategic clinical development for neurogenetic disease programs, ensuring alignment with cross-functional teams to achieve groundbreaking results.
  • Grow and lead a team of top-tier development physicians and clinical scientists who set a standard for excellence in gene therapy research.
  • Forge partnerships across the organization and with key external experts to inform clinical strategies and study designs, focusing on neurogenetic diseases.
  • Identify and mitigate clinical risks, devising strategies that ensure the robust progression of clinical programs.
  • Oversee the creation of pivotal clinical documents, ensuring they align with the strategic goals and uphold the highest quality standards.
  • Act as a key medical expert, engaging with regulatory authorities, advisory boards, and patient advocacy groups, to advance the field of neurogenetic disease treatment.

Experience and Qualifications for the Vice President, Clinical Development, Neurogenetic Diseases Role

This role is ideal for a candidate with:

  • An MD, DO, or equivalent, with specialty training or extensive experience in neurogenetic diseases highly regarded.
  • Extensive experience in clinical development within the biotech or pharmaceutical industry, spanning phases I-IV.
  • A proven track record in leading successful IND/NDA/BLA submissions and approvals.
  • Profound knowledge of ICH-GCP, clinical trial design, statistics, and the regulatory landscape of clinical development.
  • Demonstrated leadership and communication skills, capable of forging strong scientific partnerships and driving project success in a global, matrixed environment.
  • Experience in innovative clinical trial design in gene therapy or neurogenetic diseases, with a knack for translating complex scientific concepts into successful clinical strategies.

This is an excellent opportunity to lead in the growth of an industry-leading gene therapy research firm. Apply now for immediate consideration, or reach out directly for more information on this and other roles in the clinical development space.

Crystal Leung Lead Consultant, Analytical Development and Clinical Development

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