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(S)VP, Translational DMPK

The VP of the Translational DMPK Sciences will provide strategic and scientific leadership to a team of experienced DMPK/ADME scientists and serve as a DMPK Program Lead on discovery and development programs. You will report and be a trusted advisor  to the CSO.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Provide scientific and strategic leadership to a team of DMPK lab scientists that support the discovery and development portfolio consisting of a broad range of therapeutic modalities
  • Strong background in the design of studies with drug metabolizing enzymes and transporters.
  • Have a strong understanding of ADME and pharmacokinetic principles and experience in supporting drug discovery as a DMPK Project Lead, as demonstrated by a proven track record of scientific achievements and project influence.
  • Ability to translate data into program relevance, as part of anticipating and mitigating program challenges.
  • Allocate and prioritize resources, collaborate on scientific and business issues and evaluate and implement innovative technologies and strategies to evolve DMPK capabilities.
  • Experience leading a team of multi-disciplinary translational DMPK scientists.
  • Contribute to building and strengthening partnerships with external collaborators, including academic groups and CROs.
  • Attract, engage and develop talent to build and maintain key Translational DMPK Sciences capabilities.
  • Build and maintain your reputation as an internationally recognized scientist in the field of translational DMPK sciences.



  • PhD with 12+ years of relevant pharmaceutical industry experience is required.

Experience and Skills: 

  • Proven track record in leading a complex and evolving scientific field and experience in leadership in a matrixed global organization is required.
  • Experience supporting programs as a DMPK Program Lead is required.
  • DMPK experience in small molecules is required, and preferably in other modalities.
  • Knowledge of existing and pioneering of novel in vitro ADME models and approaches is required.
  • Demonstrated ability to influence and drive alignment among multiple collaborators to drive progress on scientific initiatives and programs is required.
  • Demonstrated success in scientific creativity and collaboration with experts in the field is required.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, oral/written communication and teamwork skills are required.

Please email CV and cover letter to for consideration