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Medical Director – Early Clinical Development – Haematology, Flexible with travel

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Location:

Flexible with travel, United Kingdom 

Job Category:

Healthcare
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EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

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Job Views:

39

Posted:

14.04.2020

Expiry Date:

29.05.2020
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Job Description:

Medical Director – Early Clinical Development – Haematology



A growing biotech company, who have partnered with a large pharma in their lead product, are looking for a Medical Director to lead their international studies through clinical development. This is a company with some solid funding and exciting products within Oncology, and in particular blood cancers.



This company are based in Europe, however there is a large degree of flexibility in the amount of time you have to be on site (of course this may change with meetings etc.). You will also be provided with a competitive salary and package.



You should be an MD, with extensive experience of taking projects through Phase I and Phase II (later stage would be an advantage), with expert knowledge of Haematology/Oncology. International experience and running studies in EU and US would be a large part of this role, so experience with FDA and EMA would be required.



You should be motivated to work in a smaller company and take on broad responsibilities, while being responsible and accountable for the early phase studies.



If of interest, please click the apply button below. To view alternative positions or contact us directly, please visit the NonStop Consulting website for our contact details, and get in touch with Jonathan McNab on extension 3226.
Company Info
NonStop Consulting
25 Canada Square, Canary Wharf
London, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 0207 234 0550
Web Site: www.nonstopconsulting.com
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