AbbVie Senior Scientist II Oncology Precision Medicine in North Chicago, Illinois
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Job Title: Senior Scientist II Cell/Mol Bio
The Precision Medicine Translational Oncology group is committed to drive translational and biomarker efforts for our pre-clinical and clinical stage programs. We are seeking a highly motivated scientist with a passion for oncology research, and a proven track record of research accomplishments, who enjoys working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. The successful candidate is expected to conceive and execute biomarker strategies for clinical stage assets.
KEY GOALS INCLUDE:
Lead design and implementation of biomarker strategies for one or more clinical trials and serve as point of contact for all aspects of clinical biomarker strategy providing scientific expertise and leadership as a member of a cross-functional project team.
Identify pharmacodynamic biomarkers, tumor indications, patient sensitivity biomarkers, and mechanism-based drug combinations for AbbVie Oncology pipeline
Articulate hypotheses, workplans, and effectively present results to a variety of audiences in both oral and written communications
Leadership of biomarker subteams to enable cross functional collaboration on biomarker implementation
Author biomarker sections of protocols, ICFs, IRB responses, regulatory documents, and others
Critically evaluate relevant scientific and regulatory advancements and integrate into research programs.
•Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent education and typically 12 years of experience, Master’s Degree or equivalent education and typically 10 years of experience, PhD and typically 4 years of experience.
•Possess thorough theoretical and practical understanding of own scientific discipline.
•Effective writer and communicator of research or other regulatory materials.
Other PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Strong scientific background in tumor biology and oncology supported by publication record
Clinical development experience interacting with teams conducting clinical trials
Demonstrated leadership in translational sciences, employing pharmacodynamic, predictive and exploratory biomarkers
Experience in analysis of large datasets and knowledge of biostatistics
Experience in assay development, qualification and implementing biomarker assays on diverse platforms including IHC/IF, gene expression profiling, flow cytometry
Companion diagnostics development knowledge is a plus
Effectively work in a cross-functional team environment, interacting with various levels within the organization as well as vendors/academic sites/KOLs
Organization, orientation to details, and effective time management with an ability to adapt to changing priorities
Excellent written and oral presentation skills in the English language
Significant Work Activities
Yes, 5 % of the Time
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Equal Employment Opportunity
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