Executive Director of Toxicology

D BASH Business Solutions LLC
Job Location
Madison, WI

*Relocation is available for highly qualified candidates.  Full benefits including 401K, bonus, and stock options.

Job Description

A rapidly growing and well-funded drug development company is looking for an experienced toxicologic pathologist to join their early drug development team.  The company is a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on developing novel therapeutics.

Location: Madison, WI

Key Responsibilities:
     -Design and monitor pre-clinical toxicological studies.
     -Compile and interpret results for presentation and reporting.


     -DVM or PhD in pharmacology, toxicology or related field.
     -6+ years of hands-on experience in toxicology to support early drug development.
     -Ability to interpret toxicological data including clinical chemistry and hematology.
     -Experience in generating detailed toxicological reports suitable for regulatory filings.
     -Excellent verbal and written English communication skills.

Working knowledge of GLPs and regulatory guidelines for clinical development of biopharmaceuticals is required.

     Working knowlege in histopathology

     Knowledge of global regulatory guidelines

     Board certification in toxicology or pathology

     Experience in working with contract research organizations (CROs)

How to Apply

Apply by sending resume to inquiry@dbashsolutions.com

About Our Organization

D BASH Business Solutions LLC is a recruiting firm focused on serving the biotech and pharmaceutical communities.  We are currently looking for an individual with a strong background in pre-clinical toxicology.  This position is ideal for someone who enjoys working in the team-oriented and cross-disciplinary environment.  The company is located in Wisconsin, home to approximately 1,600 bioscience companies and a world-class research university, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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