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Clinical Research Physician - Early Phase Clinical Development Salary: On application


Ref: SIP-CRP-EPCD-020120

Location: South East - UK

Type: Permanent


This is an excellent opportunity to join a very innovative research team, using leading immunology drug candidates for essential patient care in renal research.

In partnership with one of our global Pharma clients, I am now recruiting for a Clinical Research Physician to join their early phase clinical research team.

 

Our client can offer this position on either a contract/freelance basis or permanent position.

  • Working between the translational research groups and early phase clinical teams, you will provide your medical expertise towards the clinical drug development projects through proof of concept stage.
  • Working in the area of immunological drug development, you will work in a team focused in the treatment of renal complications and therefore, you should have experience in kidney / renal, transplantation or similar fields of research.
  • Experience in early phase drug development and having worked with new studies development from translational research will be valuable experience.

 

You will be required to visit the office to be part or the team at our client’s site in the South East UK, with occasional international travel required and some homebased flexibility.

 

You will also help to develop a network of KOLs that will form part of an essential community of expertise to support this these studies. 

 

As a registered medic, you will specialise in early stage drug development in a clinical trial setting.  Good leadership skills will be particularly advantageous.

 

For more information about this position, please contact me - Simon Penrose - in 01293 584 300 or email simon.penrose@rbwconsulting.com

 

Salary: On application

Simon Penrose

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