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Description: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicologist:
- Play a strategic role on technical/investigative/mechanistic investigative teams; implement new approaches, processes, and technologies as part of toxicologic evaluations, particularly those associated with the development or reproductive system.
- Assume responsibilities as a Study Director/Monitor, for regulatory, exploratory, and investigative reproductive or developmental toxicology studies, including study design and protocol development, as well as data evaluation and reporting in a GLP environment.
- Integrates data within and across studies to provide risk assessment and context to toxicology study outcomes.
- Develop deep understanding of regulatory guideline in vivo and in vitro evaluations of developmental and reproductive toxicity testing for pharmaceuticals and biologics.
- Serve as a key contributor to discovery/development projects as a subject matter expert in reproductive and developmental toxicology.
- Embrace/demonstrate BMS Core Behaviors of Passion, Innovation, Speed, and Accountability.
- Ensure compliance with all company/departmental policies, particularly those relating to animal welfare and employee safety and health
- Ph.D. in relevant discipline (Toxicology, Developmental Biology, Pharmacology, Physiology, or similar field with expertise in reproduction and/or embryo-fetal development).
- 3 years’ working experience as an investigator or GLP study director; postdoctoral experience preferred.
- Evidence of professional presence at the regional/national level, as evidenced by publication record, professional meeting presentations, and/or professional honors.
- Skills to include in vivo and/or in vitro capabilities to examine mechanisms of drug-induced teratogenicity or reproductive toxicity.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced team-based environment, across multiple disciplines and departments, managing multiple studies/projects simultaneously.
- Strong written and oral presentation skills.
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