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Pfizer Manager, Pharmacometrician in Cambridge, Massachusetts
•With guidance, contribute to the development of the model informed drug development (MIDD) plans for an assigned project in order to optimize prospective studies, inform drug development strategy and project decision-making, in collaboration with partners.
•Conduct and report quantitative analyses to optimize doses, dosage regimens and study designs throughout clinical drug development.
•With guidance, identify opportunities where MIDD approaches can advance the understanding of pharmacological activity, efficacy and safety
•Provide support in the development of quantitative methodology, pharmacometrics tools, software, hardware, and/or related business processes
•With guidance, provide MIDD expertise on multidisciplinary development teams, working closely with clinical pharmacologists, clinicians, and statisticians to create MIDD plans that include assessments of a drug's efficacy, safety, and commercial viability.
•Responsible for the execution of relevant quantitative analyses which may include population pharmacokinetics, pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics, exposure response, disease progression modeling, model-based meta analysis, quantitative knowledge management, and decision analysis for multiple analyses supporting a program.
•Prepare formal presentations and written reports to Pfizer standards.
•Contribute to regulatory documents (summary documents, briefing books, regulatory responses)
•Be familiar with literature, government guidelines, and internal guidance as relates to pharmacometrics and MIDD
•Contribute to the development or improvement of our tools, processes and methodology, including involvement in internal cross-functional workgroups or initiatives, external alliances or committees, consortia and academic relationships.
•Qualifications include PhD/equivalent degree with no previous experience required.
• Strong quantitative skills (e.g., pharmacometrics, pharmacokinetics, mechanistic modeling/systems pharmacology, statistics).
•Some familiarity with analysis and programming software (e.g., NONMEM, R).
•Good communication skills (written, oral).
Candidates from alternative backgrounds (e.g. mathematics, engineering, system biology, medicine) will be considered if they can demonstrate relevant experience and expertise.
•Experience in pharmacometric analyses and tools (e.g., NONMEM, R, PsN)
•Good understanding of Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics and Statistical Principles
In addition to professional challenge, we offer a culture that supports and encourages ideas, and recognizes individual contribution.
Reports to Pharmacometrics Group Leader within the line organization of Pharmacometrics, GPD-Clinical Pharmacology
Matrixed relationships particularly with Clinical Pharmacology Leads, Clinicians, Statisticians, and colleagues from Programming groups and other groups as required
Sitting, ability to perform complex data analyses
Other Job Details:
Additional Location Information: United States Remote
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
Eligible for Relocation Package
Relocation support available
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