I support nonclinical safety studies for IND filing and clinical trials
I support the growth of the research division by maintaining effective pricing strategies such as contracts and negotiations to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction.
I manage laboratory teams and monitor the quality of their work, making sure reagents for projects are dispatched in a timely manner.
I lead and develop a team of field-based oncology Medical Science Liaisons where I provide guidance on medical insight
I utilize x-rays, MRIs, and 3D modeling programs while collaborating with surgeons to provide them with the desired results for their patients’ surgeries.
I lead research studies that use real-world data to support precision medicine strategy for the oncology products of the company.
I help with the research and development of next generation enabling technology and features for implantable neurostimulators.
As the 2022 Research and Development trainee for Merck’s KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany Rotational Program, I work with the In-Vitro Research and Development team to improve biosafety testing assays.
I oversee the continual improvement of medical devices as well as the design and manufacturing of new devices.
I oversee the overarching Diagnostics strategy for the Amivantamab program in biomarker-selected populations of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer and other solid tumors.
I provide clinical and health economic information related to my company's Oncology portfolio.
I work on product development for medical devices, identifying user needs and transferring them into design inputs.
I help health insurance companies and hospital systems make decisions about providing access to the oncology therapies that we produce.
I lead the team that assembles and packages all the drug product for clinical trials that take place in the US and the rest of the world.
My responsibilities include clinical research & development (CR&D) activities such as leading the development of clinical evidence generation and dissemination strategies for new products and the life