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The primary responsibility of the Clinical Research Manager (CRM) in Merck Animal Health (MAH) is to design, coordinate, monitor, and report Pre-Clinical and Clinical field and/or laboratory studies that will support the regulatory approval of new Companion Animal and Livestock Pharmaceutical and Biological products. These studies must be conducted in compliance with the requirements of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) or Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) as applicable.
Key responsibilities include and are not limited to the following:
- Designs clinical studies in close collaboration with the project leader, Regulatory Affairs (RA) and other stakeholders as appropriate. This includes the setting of objectives, budgets, resources, timelines and the study protocol.
- Ensures that the study is conducted and reported according to legal requirements, relevant regulatory standard (e.g. GCP, GLP) and the applicable internal policies and procedures.
- Maintains contact with the all stakeholders (project leader, RA, Quality Assurance (QA) etc. and keeps them informed of the study progress.
- Prepared submission dossiers, in collaboration with Regulatory Affairs, and interacts with relevant regulatory agencies (e.g. FDA, EPA, USDA) to support projects, as required.
- Develops and maintains a network of clinical and scientific contacts.
- Required: DVM or PhD in a relevant animal health discipline
- Preferred: Board certification in relevant veterinary discipline
- Minimum of (3) years experience in pharmaceutical or biological research, which may include graduate study in a relevant scientific field.
- Familiarity with MS Office programs
- High level of organizational skills
- Ability to complete tasks independently while working collaboratively as part of a team.
- Ability to communicate internally with colleagues representing different disciplines and with external research partners and regulatory agencies.
- Position may require 50% Travel
- Minimum of (3) years experience in animal health clinical research and accompanying familiarity with principles of Good Clinical Practice.
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