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Develop, validate and/or utilize bioanalytical methodologies or
supervise staff conducting this work for samples generated by clin and
preclin studies using HPLC w/ MS and other detectors.
Identify metabolites/impurities using mass and nuclear magnetic
Design, conduct, and/or direct in vitro assays used to characterize
kinetic properties, e.g. protein binding, tissue partition
coefficients for PBPK modeling parameters, metabolism pathways,
Write and/or review study protocols, SOPs, and other study documents,
as well as prepare tabular and graphic data summaries, and reports.
Assist in preparation and submission of proposals and preparation and
presentation of study results to clients and at scientific meetings.
Interact with clients and senior staff from other technical
disciplines so excellent communication is a must.
Ph.D. (or equivalent) and a min of 3 yrs exp in a CRO, pharmaceutical
laboratory, or other setting that provided similar experience.
Set up and operate all major types of analytical instrumentation,
identify and resolve HPLC/MS problems, interact with outside repair
staff, and provide input into the selection of new instrument purchases.
Ability to train other staff with the use of software packages to
utilize multiple chromatography data systems to acquire, process and
Design studies/experiments, interpret results, and trouble shoot
Conduct analytical chemistry tasks according to GLP or other relevant
regulatory guidelines. Train other staff to conduct chemistry tasks
according to GLP. Handle and analyze radiolabelled materials using
standard techniques and equipment.
Midwest, comp up to 100K, will move quickly for the right candidate as
they're looking to hire for this position ASAP. Send CV to earguson.at.kbic.com
to apply for this position.
submitted by earguson.at.kbic.com
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