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Associate Director Neurogastroenterology & Motility Disorder Research, Gastroenterology Drug Discovery Unit - United States  

Takeda (company)


Posted on : 29 March 2017

Project Description

OBJECTIVES:Is a scientific leader in the area of GI motility disorders and/or neurodegeneration research as related GI disease and GI complications of neurological disease. Leads discovery aspects of motility disorder projects (internal and external partnered projects) from target ID through IND leveraging external innovation and partnerships.ACCOUNTABILITIES:A scientific researcher and project leader within the Gastroenterology Drug Discovery Unit, working within a highly matrixed & virtual environment to build a strong and sustainable preclinical and early clinical motility disorder pipelineCollaborates with other Takeda research teams and external partners to build a robust pipeline in motility disorders up to and including clinical POC, with a focus on external innovationWorks closely with CNS drug discovery unit colleagues to identify and create synergies between GI and CNS research teams in areas of common interest such as neurodegenerative/neurological disease.Partners with colleagues in Translational Research and Early Clinical (TREC) team define early development plans thru POC for all internal and external projects in the motility disorder portfolioIs a subject matter expert on diligence teams in partnership with Center for External Innovation for the identification and assessment of external platform and pipeline opportunities in motility disordersIdentifies opportunities for collaborations with key academic groups, CROs, biotech companies for target ID through enhancing project progression and decision makingIs seen as a subject matter expert and keeps up with the up-to-date scientific advances and competitive environment.Represents Takeda and is responsible for creating a presence in the global GI and related scientific community through scientific meetings, advisory boards, online research communities, etc.QualificationsEDUCATION, BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:Has an advanced degree in health or life sciences (e.g., Ph.D., M.D., D.V.M.) with significant drug discovery experience including project leadership, or the equivalent from an academic settingIs highly knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of neuroscience, neurodegeneration or GI motility disorder drug discovery.Has excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.Has experience of working through virtual and/or matrix team models in basic researchCapable of leading a matrixed team comprised of scientists from within Takeda as well as external collaborators.Has experience of participation in diligence activities in the preclinical discovery functionTRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:Requires approximately 20% or more travel, including international travel monthly basis.we are driven to improve people's liveswww.takedajobs.comTakeda is an EEO employer of minorities, women, disabled, protected veterans, and considers qualified applicants with criminal histories in accordance with applicable laws. For more information, visithttp://www.takeda.us/careers/EEO_Policy_Statement.aspxNo Phone Calls or Recruiters Please.Schedule

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Cambridge Massachusetts United States

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